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Volume 18, Number 8—August 2012

Research

Solid Organ Transplant–associated Lymphocytic Choriomeningitis, United States, 2011

Adam MacNeilComments to Author , Ute Ströher, Eileen Farnon, Shelley Campbell, Deborah Cannon, Christopher D. Paddock, Clifton P. Drew, Matthew Kuehnert, Barbara Knust, Robert Gruenenfelder, Sherif R. Zaki, Pierre E. Rollin, Stuart T. Nichol, and the LCMV Transplant Investigation Team
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (A. MacNeil, U. Ströher, E. Farnon, S. Campbell, D. Cannon, C.D. Paddock, C.P. Drew, M. Kuehnert, B. Knust, S.R. Zaki, P.E. Rollin, S.T. Nichol); and Arkansas Organ Recovery Agency, Little Rock, Arkansas, USA (R. Gruenenfelder)

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Figure 1

Liver from a 62-year-old woman (lung transplant patient) showing acute necrosis of hepatocytes and minimal inflammation. Randomly distributed single-cell necrosis, as observed in this patient, is a histopathologic feature observed in lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus infection. Original magnification ×400.

Figure 1. . . . Liver from a 62-year-old woman (lung transplant patient) showing acute necrosis of hepatocytes and minimal inflammation. Randomly distributed single-cell necrosis, as observed in this patient, is a histopathologic feature observed in lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus infection. Original magnification ×400.

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1Additional members of the LCMV Transplant Investigation Team who contributed data are listed at the end of the article.

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