Volume 17, Number 8—August 2011
Human Parvovirus 4 as Potential Cause of Encephalitis in Children, India
|ID, date of illness
||Prodomal illness for 12 days; febrile with frequent generalized convulsions during first week of admission; CSF examination on day 12 of illness
||Discharged against medical advice on day 18 after admission
1.5 x 107 copies/mL
5.6 x 109 copies/mL
|VES065 2005 Nov||3||Prodomal illness for 9 days; febrile, poor appetite, and a generalized convulsion on day 9; CSF examination on day 9 of illness||Recovered on day 14 with no residual neurologic deficit||+ 3.2 x 105 copies/mL||8||15||60||NA||NA||NA|
*CSF, cerebrospinal fluid; ID, patient identification code; WCC, leukocyte count; Ig, immunoglobulin; +, positive; −, negative; NA, not available.
†Leukocyte count differential 100% lymphocytes for each patient.
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