Congenital rubella. Clinicopathologic, virologic, and immunologic studies.

@article{Bellanti1965CongenitalRC,
  title={Congenital rubella. Clinicopathologic, virologic, and immunologic studies.},
  author={J. Bellanti and M. Artenstein and L. C. Olson and E. L. Buescher and C. E. Luhrs and K. L. Milstead},
  journal={American journal of diseases of children},
  year={1965},
  volume={110 4},
  pages={
          464-72
        }
}
  • J. Bellanti, M. Artenstein, +3 authors K. L. Milstead
  • Published 1965
  • Medicine
  • American journal of diseases of children
  • WHEN maternal rubella occurs during the first trimester of pregnancy, rubella virus can be detected in products of conception, in the fetus throughout pregnancy, and in the infant for several months after birth. 1 Further, sera from children with the congenital rubella syndrome have been found to contain rubella neutralizing antibody in high titers. 2 Although these data clearly show that a state of immunologic tolerance does not exist, it is not known if the elevated levels of neutralizing… CONTINUE READING
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