Complementary findings in clinical and epidemiologic features of mumps and mumps meningoencephalitis in children without mumps vaccination

@article{Kanra2004ComplementaryFI,
  title={Complementary findings in clinical and epidemiologic features of mumps and mumps meningoencephalitis in children without mumps vaccination},
  author={G{\"u}ler Y Kanra and Pınar Işik and Ates Kara and Ali B{\"u}lent Cengiz and G{\"u}lten Seçmeer and Mehmet Ceyhan},
  journal={Pediatrics International},
  year={2004},
  volume={46}
}
Background : Mumps vaccine has not yet been included in the routine vaccination programme, for this reason mumps is still one of the most common infections for children in Turkey. One of the major complication of mumps is meningoencephalitis, which although usually heals spontaneously, it may cause neurologic complications. 
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