Zika Virus Infection and Stillbirths: A Case of Hydrops Fetalis, Hydranencephaly and Fetal Demise

@inproceedings{Sarno2016ZikaVI,
  title={Zika Virus Infection and Stillbirths: A Case of Hydrops Fetalis, Hydranencephaly and Fetal Demise},
  author={M Sarno and Gielson Almeida Sacramento and Ricardo Khouri and Mateus Santana do Ros{\'a}rio and Federico Costa and Gracinda Archanjo and Luciane Amorim Santos and Nivison Ruy Rocha Nery and Nikos Vasilakis and Albert I Ko and Ant{\^o}nio Raimundo Pinto de Almeida and Peter Jay Hotez},
  booktitle={PLoS neglected tropical diseases},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND The rapid spread of Zika virus in the Americas and current outbreak of microcephaly in Brazil has raised attention to the possible deleterious effects that the virus may have on fetuses. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS We report a case of a 20-year-old pregnant woman who was referred to our service after a large Zika virus outbreak in the city of Salvador, Brazil with an ultrasound examination that showed intrauterine growth retardation of the fetus at the 18th gestational week… CONTINUE READING

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