Primary and Secondary Human Bocavirus 1 Infections in a Family, Finland
Alma Jula, Matti Waris, Kalle Kantola, Ville Peltola, Maria Söderlund-Venermo, Klaus Hedman, and Olli Ruuskanen
Author affiliations: Turku University Hospital, Turku, Finland (A. Jula, V. Peltola, O. Ruuskanen); University of Turku, Turku (M. Waris); University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland (K. Kantola, M. Söderlund-Venermo, K. Hedman)
Figure. . Chest radiograph of the index patient, a 16-month-old boy in Finland with human bocavirus 1 pneumonia, on day 2 of hospitalization. Bilateral pulmonary infiltrations and atelectasis of the upper right lobe can be seen.
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