Neurologic Complications of Influenza B Virus Infection in Adults, Romania
Corneliu P. Popescu
, Simin A. Florescu, Emilia Lupulescu, Mihaela Zaharia, Gratiela Tardei, Mihaela Lazar, Emanoil Ceausu, and Simona M. Ruta
Author affiliations: Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest, Romania (C.P. Popescu, S.A. Florescu, E. Ceausu, S.M. Ruta); Dr. Victor Babes Clinical Hospital of Infectious and Tropical Diseases, Bucharest (C.P. Popescu, S.A. Florescu, M. Zaharia, G. Tardei, E. Ceausu); European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infection Study Group for Infectious Diseases of the Brain, Basel, Switzerland (C.P. Popescu, M. Zaharia); National Institute of Research Cantacuzino, Bucharest (E. Lupulescu, M. Lazar); Stefan S. Nicolau Institute of Virology, Bucharest (S.M. Ruta)
Figure 2. Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain of a 55-year-old woman (patient 3) who had neurologic complications of influenza B virus infection, Romania. Axial diffusion-weighted image showing restricted diffusion in the bilateral frontal cortex.
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