SEROEPIDEMIOLOGY OF TOXOPLASMA, RUBELLA, CYTOMEGALOVIRUS AND HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS -2 IN WOMEN WITH BAD OBSTETRIC HISTORY. PART I: TOXOPLASMA AND RUBELLA INFECTIONS

@inproceedings{Alsamarai2013SEROEPIDEMIOLOGYOT,
  title={SEROEPIDEMIOLOGY OF TOXOPLASMA, RUBELLA, CYTOMEGALOVIRUS AND HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS -2 IN WOMEN WITH BAD OBSTETRIC HISTORY. PART I: TOXOPLASMA AND RUBELLA INFECTIONS},
  author={Abdulghani Mohamed Alsamarai and Zainab Khalil Mohamed Aljumaili},
  year={2013}
}
Bad obstetric history (BOH) is associated with social and psychological impacts on society worldwide. The causes of BOH may be genetic, hormonal, abnormal maternal immune response, and maternal infection. In women with bad obstetric history (BOH), Toxoplasma (T) IgG high rate has been reported for Nepal (55.2%), while high (42.5%) and lowest (6.97%) active toxoplasma infections has been reported for India. In Arab countries, IgG and IgM higher and lowest seroprevalence rates were for Iraq. The… CONTINUE READING

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