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Volume 24, Number 1—January 2018

Zika Virus Testing and Outcomes during Pregnancy, Florida, USA, 2016

Colette Shiu1, Rebecca Starker1, Jaclyn Kwal, Michelle Bartlett, Anise Crane, Samantha Greissman, Naiomi Gunaratne, Meghan Lardy, Michelle Picon, Patricia Rodriguez, Ivan Gonzalez, and Christine L. CurryComments to Author 
Author affiliations: University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Miami, Florida, USA (C. Shiu, R. Starker, J. Kwal, M. Bartlett, A. Crane, S. Greissman, N. Gunaratne, M. Lardy, M. Picon, P. Rodriguez, I. Gonzalez, C.L. Curry); Jackson Memorial Hospital, Miami (P. Rodriguez, I. Gonzalez, C.L. Curry)

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Table 3

Characteristics of 86 women with laboratory evidence of Zika virus infection during pregnancy, Miami–Dade County, Florida, USA, 2016

Characteristic No. (%)
1 27 (31.0)
59 (68.6)
0 8 (9.3)
1 39 (45.3)
39 (45.3)
Reason tested
Asymptomatic 53 (61.6)
Symptomatic 14 (16.2)
Not determined
19 (22.1)
Pregnancy outcome
Preterm delivery 8 (9.3)
Term delivery 44 (51.1)
Still pregnant
34 (39.5)
Location of virus acquisition
Local 40 (46.5)
During travel 26 (30.2)
Both 15 (17.4)
5 (5.8)
Lost to follow-up 23 (26.7)
Continued care 63 (73.3)

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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