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Fulminant myocarditis-associated expanded dengue syndrome in pregnant woman: a case report
Bulletin of the National Research Centre
Background Dengue fever is a mosquito-borne viral disease whose incidence has increased globally, with Indonesia as hyperendemic. In Indonesia, around 17.4% of febrile cases were due to dengue. Expanded dengue syndrome is a term for dengue fever with atypical manifestations in other organs such as renal, respiratory, and cardiac. Dengue myocarditis remains underdiagnosed and usually has a low risk of heart failure. However, pregnancy increases the risk of expanded dengue syndrome, with thedoi:10.1186/s42269-022-00950-6 fatcat:eabe2vhylfbwtnps4wh6n7sesi