Congenital rubella syndrome d major review

  title={Congenital rubella syndrome d major review},
  author={Robert S. Duszak},
Congenital rubella syndrome (CRS) is a devastating consequence of rubella infection in pregnant women. Miscarriage, stillbirth, and a series of birth defects can be the sequelae of such infection, and widespread epidemics still exist in developing countries today despite massive worldwide vaccination efforts. Because this disease still places a significant burden on many countries (and people) around the globe, including the United States, preventive strategies are aimed to reduce rubella virus… CONTINUE READING

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