Spermatogene Übertragung des „Virus Marburg“

  title={Spermatogene {\"U}bertragung des „Virus Marburg“},
  author={G. A. Martini and H. A. E. Schmidt},
  journal={Klinische Wochenschrift},
ZusammenfassungEs wird über 2 Patienten berichtet, die als Ehepartner mit einer zeitlichen Differenz von etwa 2 Monaten die durch das „Virus Marburg“ hervorgerufene Infektionskrankheit durchmachten. Die Ehefrau zeigte 4 Tage nach einem Coitus die ersten Symptome. Bei dem Ehemann fand sich zur selben Zeit im Ejaculat ein Erregerantigen, das im Meerschweinchentest, durch Immunfluoreszenz und im Phasenkontrast nachgewiesen werden konnte. Aufgrund dieser Befunde muß eine spermatogene Übertragung… 
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