Imported malaria in pregnancy: report of four cases and review of management.

@article{Subramanian1992ImportedMI,
  title={Imported malaria in pregnancy: report of four cases and review of management.},
  author={Durgaprasad Subramanian and Kenneth J. Moise and Arthur White},
  journal={Clinical infectious diseases : an official publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America},
  year={1992},
  volume={15 3},
  pages={408-13}
}
Malaria is a common infection worldwide. Increased travel by pregnant women makes it likely that physicians in the United States will see cases of malaria in this population. We observed four cases of malaria during pregnancy over an 8-month period at a general hospital in the United States. These cases illustrate the association between pregnancy and severe malaria in the mother and congenital infection in the newborn. We also noted delays in diagnosis because malaria was mistaken for other… CONTINUE READING

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