Progressive cytomegalovirus encephalopathy following congenital infection in an infant with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome

Abstract

Congenital central nervous system infection with cytomegalovirus (CMV) usually results in a nonprogressive encephalopathy. Ninety percent of patients with clinically apparent infections at birth have a permanent neurological disability. It has been suggested that some infants may have persistent infection manifested by progressive encephalopathy during… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00274063

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@article{Curless1987ProgressiveCE, title={Progressive cytomegalovirus encephalopathy following congenital infection in an infant with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome}, author={Richard G. Curless and Gwendolyn B. Scott and Mark J. Post and Jocelyn B. Gregorios}, journal={Child's Nervous System}, year={1987}, volume={3}, pages={255-257} }