Intrauterine Dual Infection With Cytomegalovirus And Chlamydia Trachomatis

Hideomi Asanuma, Kei Numazaki
2007 European Journal of General Medicine  
Human cytomegalovirus (CMV) is the most common cause of congenital and perinatal infections throughout the world. Chlamydia trachomatis during pregnancy also cause a wide variety of perinatal complications and neonatal pneumonia. We report a case of neonatal pneumonia caused by intrauterine dual infection with CMV and C. trachomatis. A two-day-old term infant was presented with tachypnea. His chest roentgenogram showed the interstitial pneumonia-like interstitial infiltrates. Results of
more » ... Results of microbiological examinations showed that he had been simultaneously infected with CMV and C. trachomatis in uterus.
doi:10.29333/ejgm/82529 fatcat:h23yt46omrejbi3475v2vkvtha