Oana Pascal Zavate

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Virological and serological investigations of the viral meningitis cases recorded in a county of Romania in the summer of 1975 demonstrated that in a certain zone (A) the prevalent etiological agent was Coxsackie B3 virus. This virus could be isolated from the feces, exudate or cerebrospinal fluid of some diseased children. At the same time, the appearance(More)
In three children communities covered by a virological study enteroviruses could be isolated from 19.3% of the stool samples, 52.3% of the sewage samples and 9.7% of the samples taken from different objects and surfaces. The isolates belonged to 14 enterovirus serotypes, Coxsackie viruses being predominant. There was a good concordance between the serotypes(More)