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Volume 15, Number 4—April 2009

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Congenital Transmission of Chagas Disease in Latin American Immigrants in Switzerland

Yves JacksonComments to Author , Catherine Myers, Alessandro Diana, Hans-Peter Marti, Hans Wolff, François Chappuis, Louis Loutan, and Alain Gervaix
Author affiliations: Geneva University Hospitals and University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland (Y. Jackson, C. Myers, A. Diana, H. Wolff, F. Chappuis, L. Loutan, A. Gervaix); Swiss Tropical Institute, Basel, Switzerland (H.-P. Marti)

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Fetal side of the placenta from Latin American pregnant woman who delivered her baby at Geneva University Hospitals, Geneva, Switzerland. A macroscopic subchorial liquid-filled cyst can be seen near the umbilical cord insertion.

Figure 1. Fetal side of the placenta from Latin American pregnant woman who delivered her baby at Geneva University Hospitals, Geneva, Switzerland. A macroscopic subchorial liquid-filled cyst can be seen near the umbilical cord insertion.

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