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Dengue is mostly considered an acute illness with three phases: febrile, critical with possible hemorrhagic manifestations, and recovery. But some patients present persistent symptoms, including fatigue and depression, as acknowledged by the World Health Organization. If persistent symptoms affect a non-negligible share of patients, the burden of dengue(More)
INTRODUCTION Although dengue and its acute manifestations have been broadly described in the literature, the symptoms during the convalescence phase have so far been little studied.  OBJECTIVE To describe the clinical manifestations of a population during the convalescence phase from a dengue episode.  MATERIALS AND METHODS We conducted an observational(More)
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