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Title: Spontaneous abortion associated with Zika virus infection and persistent viremia
Author: Goncé Mellgren, Anna
Martínez Yoldi, Miguel Julián
Marbán Castro, Elena
Saco, Adela
Soler, Anna
Álvarez Mora, María Isabel
Peiró Mestres, Aida
Gonzalo, Verónica
Hale, Gillian
Bhatnagar, Julu
López, Marta
Zaki, Sherif R.
Ordi i Majà, Jaume
Bardají, Azucena
Keywords: Embarassades
Pregnant women
Issue Date: May-2018
Publisher: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Abstract: We report a case of spontaneous abortion associated with Zika virus infection in a pregnant woman who traveled from Spain to the Dominican Republic and developed a rash. Maternal Zika viremia persisted at least 31 days after onset of symptoms and 21 days after uterine evacuation.
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It is part of: Emerging Infectious Diseases, 2018, vol. 24, num. 5
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ISSN: 1080-6040
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