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Preconceptional immunity and congenital cytomegalovirus infection – a serologic pitfall
Congenital cytomegalovirus infections are the most prevalent intrauterine infections worldwide and result from maternal primary or non-primary infections. Diagnosis of primary cytomegalovirus infection during pregnancy is considered reliable and mainly relies on maternal serology. However, diagnosis of non-primary cytomegalovirus infection is more questionable. Herein is reported the case of a 34-week-old male newborn with congenital cytomegalovirus infection of a mother with preconceptionaldoi:10.25753/birthgrowthmj.v30.i1.18699 fatcat:i5ig4evvpbcwppjwqkn5lohcri