Congenital rubella syndrome due to infection after maternal antibody conversion with vaccine.

@article{Ushida2003CongenitalRS,
  title={Congenital rubella syndrome due to infection after maternal antibody conversion with vaccine.},
  author={Miyuki Ushida and Shigetaka Katow and Seikyo Furukawa},
  journal={Japanese journal of infectious diseases},
  year={2003},
  volume={56 2},
  pages={68-9}
}
We experienced a case of congenital rubella syndrome (CRS) due to infection after maternal antibody conversion with vaccine. The mother was immunized with rubella vaccine at 14 years of age, and was confirmed as having rubella-specific hemagglutination inhibition (HI) antibody at the 1:16 level both at ages 26 and 30 during preceding pregnancies. At the second week of the third gestation, her second child developed rubella. She did not suffer any symptoms, but was found to have rubella HI… CONTINUE READING

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