REACTIVATION OF LATENT CYTOMEGALOVIRUS INFECTION AS A CAUSE OF CONGENITAL DISEASES (CLINICAL CASE)

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It is considered that the risk of congenital cytomegalovirus infection does not exceed 2-5% if it reactivates in pregnancy. According to some authors up to 75% of children born with this disease were infected as the result of reactivation of latent infection in the mother. The clinical case illustrates this situation. Attention is paid to the experts need to examine all the available information about the risk of congenital infection in pregnant women and newborns.

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S K Kuyumchian

North-Western State Medical University named after I. I. Mechnikov

V V Vasiliev

North-Western State Medical University named after I. I. Mechnikov

M V Ivanova

Scientific and Research Institute of Children's Infections, Federal Medical and Biological Agency of Russia

S V Sidorenko

Scientific and Research Institute of Children's Infections, Federal Medical and Biological Agency of Russia

E A Murina

Scientific and Research Institute of Children's Infections, Federal Medical and Biological Agency of Russia

A S Kvetnaya

Scientific and Research Institute of Children's Infections, Federal Medical and Biological Agency of Russia

Yu P Vasilieva

Scientific and Research Institute of Children's Infections, Federal Medical and Biological Agency of Russia

G M Ushakova

Scientific and Research Institute of Children's Infections, Federal Medical and Biological Agency of Russia

G A Zhanarstanova

Scientific and Research Institute of Children's Infections, Federal Medical and Biological Agency of Russia

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Copyright (c) 2013 Kuyumchian S.K., Vasiliev V.V., Ivanova M.V., Sidorenko S.V., Murina E.A., Kvetnaya A.S., Vasilieva Y.P., Ushakova G.M., Zhanarstanova G.A.

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