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Volume 12, Number 7—July 2006

Smallpox during Pregnancy and Maternal Outcomes

Hiroshi Nishiura*†Comments to Author 
Author affiliation: *University of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany; †Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan

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Table A7

Anonymous records of 19 pregnant women with smallpox, Paris, 1906 (5)

Patient identification Gestational age (mo) Miscarriage or premature birth* Maternal outcome
1 3 Yes Died
2 4 Yes Died
3 5 Yes Died
4 5 Yes Died
5 5 Yes Died
6 6 Yes Died
7 6 Yes Died
8 7 No Died
9 2 Yes Recovered
10 2.5 No Recovered
11 3 Yes Died
12 4 Yes Died
13 5 No Recovered
14 6 Yes Recovered
15 6.5 No Recovered
16 7 No Recovered
17 8 No Recovered
18 9 No Recovered
19 9 No Recovered

*Distinction between miscarriage and premature birth was not made.

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