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Epidemio-clinical aspects of congenital rubella syndrome in Madagascar

Epidemio-clinical aspects of congenital rubella syndrome in Madagascar

... Results: Of the 152,304 cases of children of all ages who visited or were hospitalized during the study period, 112 clinically confirmed cases of congenital rubella syndrome were identified. The age ...

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Knowledge, attitude, and practice of care providers about congenital rubella syndrome

Knowledge, attitude, and practice of care providers about congenital rubella syndrome

... that rubella in the first trimester of pregnancy was the cause of this syndrome for child, 87% knew at least 2 of the 3 major signs of Congenital Rubella Syndrome and more than 80% had ...

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Congenital Rubella Syndrome: A Case Report on Changes in Viral Load and Rubella Antibody Titers

Congenital Rubella Syndrome: A Case Report on Changes in Viral Load and Rubella Antibody Titers

... with congenital rubella syndrome (CRS). Rubella-specific antibody titers were also ...with rubella infection at 10 weeks of ...but rubella virus was detected in his pharynx, ...

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Visual outcome in the management of cataract in children with congenital rubella syndrome.

Visual outcome in the management of cataract in children with congenital rubella syndrome.

... Gregg Syndrome 20 . Expanded congenital rubella syndrome includes in addition to this triad, hepatosplenomegaly, thrombocytopenia purpura, psychomotor retardation, dental deformity, bony ...

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Identification of congenital rubella syndrome in Sudan

Identification of congenital rubella syndrome in Sudan

... by rubella virus. Rubella occurs mostly dur- ing childhood usually as a mild or even asymptomatic infection ...as congenital rubella syndrome (CRS) including congenital eye ...

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Congenital rubella syndrome in Iran

Congenital rubella syndrome in Iran

... of congenital rubella syndrome (CRS) in all coun- tries to <1 per 100,000 live births by ...Large rubella outbreaks continue to occur in countries that only recently introduced ...

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Study of Cardiovascular Malformation in Congenital Rubella Syndrome in Two Tertiary Level Hospitals of Bangladesh

Study of Cardiovascular Malformation in Congenital Rubella Syndrome in Two Tertiary Level Hospitals of Bangladesh

... Paediatric Cardiology is a flourishing paediatric specialty in our context. Therefore, all suspected CRS cases must be evaluated by colour doppler echocardiography to detect structural heart defects. Women who are ...

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Spatiotemporal proximity of rubella cases to the occurrence of congenital rubella syndrome in Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Spatiotemporal proximity of rubella cases to the occurrence of congenital rubella syndrome in Yogyakarta, Indonesia

... of rubella cases from January 2016 to December 2017 obtained 12 clusters, including a most likely cluster and 11 secondary ...the rubella clusters were layered with CRS cases which fulfilled the inclusion ...

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HEPATOSPLENOMEGALY AND HEART DISEASE IN THE CONGENITAL RUBELLA SYNDROME

HEPATOSPLENOMEGALY AND HEART DISEASE IN THE CONGENITAL RUBELLA SYNDROME

... ital rubella syndrome, congenital heart dis- ease and hepatosplenomegaly is present.. Eight children seen by our group illustrate.[r] ...

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Serological evidence of acute rubella infection among under-fives in Mwanza: a threat to increasing rates of congenital rubella syndrome in Tanzania

Serological evidence of acute rubella infection among under-fives in Mwanza: a threat to increasing rates of congenital rubella syndrome in Tanzania

... specific rubella antibodies in suspected cases remains to be important ...pregnancy rubella virus may become a potential teratogenic agent which re- sults into multiple organ defects referred to as the ...

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Congenital Rubella Syndrome in The African Region - Data from Sentinel Surveillance

Congenital Rubella Syndrome in The African Region - Data from Sentinel Surveillance

... This analysis does not take into account the rubella incidence in the countries at the time. It covers only 5 countries, and sentinel surveillance was operational for no more than 3 years except in the case of ...

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Vaccination in secondary school students expedites rubella control and prevents congenital rubella syndrome

Vaccination in secondary school students expedites rubella control and prevents congenital rubella syndrome

... of rubella cases in adults in 2008 was a warning that introducing a RCV program in childhood may paradoxically increase the proportion of girls reach- ing puberty who are susceptible to rubella ...expedite ...

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Mortality Associated With Pulmonary Hypertension in Congenital Rubella Syndrome

Mortality Associated With Pulmonary Hypertension in Congenital Rubella Syndrome

... (1) congenital heart disease, cataract(s), glaucoma, or suspected hearing impairment, and (2) purpura, jaundice, hepatosplenomegaly, menin- goencephalitis, or ...either rubella-speci fi c im- munoglobulin M ...

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Rubella transmission and the risk of congenital rubella syndrome in Liberia: a need to introduce rubella containing vaccine in the routine immunization program

Rubella transmission and the risk of congenital rubella syndrome in Liberia: a need to introduce rubella containing vaccine in the routine immunization program

... mild rubella cases in adult or older age groups might be potentially ...of rubella cases may not meet suspected-measles case definition as 20–50% of rubella infections do not include a rash [40] and ...

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Rubella sero-prevalence among children in Kilimanjaro region: a community based study prior to the introduction of rubella vaccine in Tanzania

Rubella sero-prevalence among children in Kilimanjaro region: a community based study prior to the introduction of rubella vaccine in Tanzania

... Childhood rubella infection is a mild, self-limiting illness. Rubella infection among pregnant women however, is a major public health ...with congenital rubella syndrome ...from ...

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Simultaneous Detection of Measles Virus, Rubella Virus, and Parvovirus B19 by Using Multiplex PCR

Simultaneous Detection of Measles Virus, Rubella Virus, and Parvovirus B19 by Using Multiplex PCR

... (MeV), rubella virus (RUBV), and parvovirus B19 (B19V) are frequent causes of exanthematic diseases ...(28). Congenital rubella syndrome is the most serious complication of the acute RUBV ...

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Pediatric glaucoma: current perspectives

Pediatric glaucoma: current perspectives

... Ocular disease affects 78%–88% of congenital rubella syndrome patients and includes keratitis, corneal edema, iris hypoplasia, chronic iridocyclitis, cataracts, pigmentary[r] ...

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Recent trends in seroprevalence of rubella in Korean women of childbearing age: a cross-sectional study

Recent trends in seroprevalence of rubella in Korean women of childbearing age: a cross-sectional study

... 76.4%. Rubella- specific IgG antibody test results with an annual incidence of rubella infection and congenital rubella syndrome from surveillance data by year are summarised in figure ...

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Molecular aspects of the teratogenesis of rubella virus

Molecular aspects of the teratogenesis of rubella virus

... Rubella or German measles is an infection caused by rubella virus (RV). Infection of children and adults is usually char- acterized by a mild exanthematous febrile illness. However, RV is a major cause of ...

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HISTORY, MANIFESTATION AND PREVENTIVE MEASURES FOR RUBELLA IN INDIA: A REVIEW

HISTORY, MANIFESTATION AND PREVENTIVE MEASURES FOR RUBELLA IN INDIA: A REVIEW

... witnessed rubella flare-ups that overwhelmingly affected men because of an inoculation technique that at first centered on the immunization of young ...regarding rubella control, end, and possible ...

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