Simultaneous development of Kawasaki disease following acute human adenovirus infection in monozygotic twins: A case report View Full Text


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2017-05-16

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Sayaka Fukuda, Shuichi Ito, Maya Fujiwara, Jun Abe, Nozomu Hanaoka, Tsuguto Fujimoto, Hiroshi Katsumori

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BackgroundThe etiology of Kawasaki disease (KD) remains unknown. However, many studies have suggested that specific genetic factors and/or some infectious agents underlie the onset of KD. Previous studies have suggested that human adenovirus (HAdV) is one of the triggering pathogens of KD. Here, we report monozygotic twin boys who sequentially developed KD in conjunction with acute HAdV type 3 (HAdV-3) infection.Case presentationThe patients were four-year-old monozygotic twin boys. The elder brother developed a high fever and was diagnosed with HAdV infection with an immunochromatographic kit for HAdV (IC-kit). He was transferred to our institute after persistent fever for 7 days. On admission, he already fulfilled all the diagnostic criteria for KD. His laboratory data were as follows: WBC, 9700/μl; CRP, 2.42 mg/dl; IFN-γ, 99.8 pg/ml; and TNF-α, 10.9 pg/ml. He received intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) and aspirin and responded well, with no coronary artery abnormalities. The younger brother, who was also IC-kit-positive, was hospitalized on the same day as his elder brother after persistent fever for 3 days. His data on admission were as follows: WBC, 12,600/μl; CRP, 5.54 mg/dl; IFN-γ, 105.0 pg/ml; and TNF-α, 33.6 pg/ml. Although he developed all of the typical KD symptoms by day 4, his fever subsided spontaneously on day 6 without IVIG or aspirin. However, he developed a dilation of the coronary artery in the region of the left circumflex artery bifurcation on day 10. His coronary artery dilation had resolved 3 months after onset. HAdV-3 DNA was detected with PCR in stool samples from both patients, and HAdV3 was isolated from the younger brother’s stool sample. Serum neutralizing antibodies to AdV3 were also significantly elevated in both patients, suggesting seroconversion.ConclusionsThere have been few reports of the simultaneous development of KD in monozygotic twins. Notably, both twins had an acute HAdV-3 infection immediately before they developed KD. These cases strongly suggest that KD was triggered by HAdV-3 infection, and they indicate that specific immune responses to some pathogens (such as HAdV-3), arising from genetic susceptibility, play a critical role in the pathogenesis of KD. More... »

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