Volume 13, Number 11—November 2007
Primary versus Nonprimary Cytomegalovirus Infection during Pregnancy, Israel
|Outcome of pregnancy||Primary infection (%)||Nonprimary infection (%)||Total||p value|
|Live birth||51 (58.0)||97 (80.8)||148||<0.001|
|ETOP*||30 (34.0)||21 (17.5)||51||0.006|
|Miscarriage†||7 (8.0)||2 (1.7)||9||0.038|
*CMV, cytomegalovirus; ETOP, elective termination of pregnancy. Thirty ETOP were performed during the first trimester, 21 between the 21st and 23rd weeks of pregnancy.
†Mean gestational age of miscarried fetuses was 7 wk.
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