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Volume 23, Number 8—August 2017

Research Letter

Outcomes for 2 Children after Peripartum Acquisition of Zika Virus Infection, French Polynesia, 2013–2014

Marianne BesnardComments to Author , Timothée Dub, and Patrick Gérardin
Author affiliations: Centre Hospitalier de Polynésie Française, Pirae, Tahiti (M. Besnard); Institut Pasteur, Paris, France (T. Dub); Centre Hospitalier Universitaire, Saint Pierre, Réunion (P. Gérardin)

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Follow-up of liver function test results associated with perinatal Zika virus infection in case-patient 2, French Polynesia, 2014*

Date (postnatal day) AST, U/L† ALT, U/L‡ GGT, U/L§ Bilirubin, total/conjugate, mg/L¶
Feb 4 (2) 84 11 201 158
Feb 6 (4) 38 12 297 145
Feb 10 (8) 52 18 457 128/21
Apr 8 (57) 348 150 281 66/54
Apr 16 (65) 239 139 312 50/42
Apr 30 (79) 117 86 239 10
May 13 (92) 119 104 164 8
Jun 17 (120) 57 51 40 2
Oct 25 (250) 38 47 27 2

*Boldface indicates values out of reference range. ALT, alanine aminotransferase; AST, aspartate aminotransferase; GGT, gamma-glutamyl transferase.
†Reference range 15–40 U/L.
‡Reference range 10–40 U/L.
§Reference range 2–34 U/L.
¶Reference range <14/<3 mg/L.

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