Bung Hatta statue ,Bukittinggi

About me.....

My photo

Curiculum vitaeRumah Sakit Ketergantungan Obat ,Fatmawati - Cilandak,Jakarta.-, Puskesmas Lautem -Moro/ Los Palos, Puskesmas Viqueque ( Timor Timur / Timor Leste ) . Rumah Sakit Umum Pusat Bukittinggi .Program Pendidikan Dokter Spesialis di Rumah Sakit Dr.M.Jamil,Padang. Rumah Sakit Umum Suliki,Payakumbuh.Rumah Sakit Dr.Ahmad Muchtar,Bukittinggi.Rumah Sakit Tentara ,Bukittinggi

IKATAN DOKTER INDONESIA (IDI).Sumatera Barat

IKATAN DOKTER INDONESIA (IDI).Sumatera Barat
INDONESIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

ASSALAMUALAIKUM........

dr Firman Abdullah SpOG / OBGYN

dr Firman Abdullah SpOG / OBGYN

Peer - Review..Cyberounds

Blog Archive

FEEDJIT Live Traffic Feed

Discussion Board


ShoutMix chat widget

USG 3D/4D images (dr Firman Abdullah SpOG/ObGyn picture's )

FEEDJIT Live Traffic Map

FEEDJIT Recommended Reading

FEEDJIT Live Page Popularity

dr Firman Abdullah SpOG / OBGYN

dr Firman Abdullah SpOG / OBGYN

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Cytomegalovirus in Pregnancy: Primary versus Recurrent Infections: a Prospective Cohort Study on 208 Pregnancies

Gateway to the National Library of Medicine
Try a search in the search box above - The NLM Gateway searches multiple retrieval systems at the U.S. National Library of Medicine. The resources the Gateway searches include consumer health information, journal citations, the NLM library catalogue, and meeting abstracts.


Cytomegalovirus in Pregnancy: Primary versus Recurrent Infections: a Prospective Cohort Study on 208 Pregnancies.

RAHAV G, GABBAY R, DIAV-CITRIN O, SHECHTMAN S, ARNON J, ORNOY A.

Abstr Intersci Conf Antimicrob Agents Chemother Intersci Conf Antimicrob Agents Chemother. 2003 Sep 14-17; 43: abstract no. V-176.
Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer, Israel.

BACKGROUND: Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is the most common intrauterine infection. There is increasing evidence that recurrent CMV in the mother may be a significant cause of congenital disease. We describe our experience with 208 pregnancies with CMV infection in pregnancy. METHODS: Women counseled by the Infectious Disease clinic and the ITIS between 1998 and 2001 concerning CMV in pregnancy were prospectively enrolled and followed-up. Prenatal CMV was diagnosed by serial IgG and IgM serum titers, IgG avidity, amniocentesis and ultrasonographic examinations. All infected neonates were followed-up for 24 months. Pathologic examination was performed on induced abortions. RESULTS: Serologic evidence of primary, recurrent, or undefined CMV infection was found in 88, 36, and 84 women, respectively. In the primary infection group, there were 20, 58, and 10 women in whom the infection occurred within 6 months prior to pregnancy, in the first 20 weeks, and in the last half of pregnancy, respectively. Evidence of vertical transmission was similar in the primary - 30.0%, (include 3 mothers infected before conception) and recurrent - 36.4% CMV infections. Transmission was evident in 15.3% of the undefined group. Congenital CMV was found in 3/82 (3.7%), 4/35 (11.4%), and 2/84 (2.4%) in the primary, recurrent and undefined groups, respectively (p=0.06). Congenital CMV was diagnosed at autopsy in 4 fetuses and by clinical and laboratory findings at birth in additional 5 cases. Four had mental retardation and one was deaf. Two of the mentally retarded children were infected due to recurrent infection in pregnancy. CONCLUSION: Recurrent CMV infection seems to be an important cause of congenital disease. It appears advisable to offer amniocentesis in recurrent maternal CMV infection during pregnancy.







U.S. National Library of Medicine | National Institutes of Health | Health & Human Services

Privacy | Copyright | Accessibility | Freedom of Information Act

No comments:

ACHMAD MOCHTAR GENERAL HOSPITAL BUKITTINGGI

ACHMAD MOCHTAR GENERAL HOSPITAL BUKITTINGGI
RUMAH SAKIT ACHMAD MOCHTAR BUKITTINGGI

Firman Abdullah Bung

drFirman Abdullah SpOG / ObGyn

drFirman Abdullah SpOG / ObGyn

KELUARGA BESAR TNI-AD

Dr Firman Abdullah SpOG/ OBGYN, Bukittinggi, Sumatera Barat ,Indonesia

Dr Firman Abdullah SpOG/ OBGYN,                              Bukittinggi, Sumatera Barat ,Indonesia

Bukittinggi , Sumatera Barat , Indonesia

Bukittinggi , Sumatera Barat  , Indonesia
Balaikota Bukittinggi

dr Firman Abdullah SpOG / OBGYN

dr Firman Abdullah SpOG / OBGYN

Ngarai Sianok ,Bukittinggi, Sumatera Barat.Indonesia

Ngarai Sianok ,Bukittinggi, Sumatera Barat.Indonesia

Brevet in Specialist Obstetric's & Gynecologist 1998

Brevet in Specialist Obstetric's & Gynecologist 1998
dr Firman Abdullah SpOG/ObGyn

Dokter Spesialis Kebidanan dan Penyakit Kandungan . ( Obstetric's and Gynaecologist ) . Jl.Bahder Johan no.227,Depan pasar pagi ,Tembok .Bukittinggi 26124 ,HP:0812 660 1614. West Sumatra,Indonesia

Sikuai Beach ,West Sumatra ,Indonesia

Sikuai Beach ,West Sumatra ,Indonesia

Fort de Kock, Bukittinggi