Cytomegalovirus infection in children: diagnostic difficulties
Keywords:cytomegalovirus infection, children, clinical forms, diagnosis, immunoglobulin, ganciclovir
AbstractThis article summarizes literature data about the problem of cytomegalovirus infection in children. It serves to generalize modern complications and outcomes. Article also considers the methods of rational diagnosis of this disease and describes the clinical cases of cytomegalovirus infection in young children. It shows difficulties and challenges that are related with diagnosis of this disease, caused by its clinical diversity and severe premorbid state of patients.
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