Congenital Defects following Rubella Reports of Two Cases , One of Which Shows a Hitherto

@inproceedings{CongenitalDF,
  title={Congenital Defects following Rubella Reports of Two Cases , One of Which Shows a Hitherto},
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    The association of maternal rubella in the third month of pregnancy with ocular defects in the infant was first noticed in New South Wales by Gregg (1941). Subsequently (1946) the matter was investigated by Swan and his collaborators in South Australia. Further investigations have been made in the United States and in this country. By now there have also been reports of maternal rubella preceding the following defects in the infant: congenital abnormalities of the heart, abnormal size of the… CONTINUE READING