[Central nervous system lesions in fetuses and newborns in intrauterine infection caused by respiratory viruses].

Abstract

Congenital respiratory viral infection is followed in the CNS of fetuses and newborns by grave dyscirculatory disturbances with glia proliferation and nervous tissue edema. The process is mainly localized in the periventricular regions of the brain ventricles. Neurologic and morphologic consequences of these damages in the CNS of fetuses and newborns need further studies.

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@article{Erman1998CentralNS, title={[Central nervous system lesions in fetuses and newborns in intrauterine infection caused by respiratory viruses].}, author={B. A. Erman and N R Shabunina and Ludmila G. Tulakina and M V Poluiakhtova and V D Golovko}, journal={Arkhiv patologii}, year={1998}, volume={60 2}, pages={27-31} }