Volume 24, Number 10—October 2018
Zika Virus Infection during Pregnancy and Effects on Early Childhood Development, French Polynesia, 2013–2016
|Diagnoses||No. (%)||Pregnancy termination||Live births||Child alive,* n = 7|
|Brainstem dysfunction of the neonate||5 (24)||0||5||3|
|Other CNS congenital defects||9 (43)||6||3||3|
|Septal and/or corpus callosum agenesis||3 (14)||1||2||2|
|Intraventricular hemorrhage||1 (5)||0||1||1|
|Cerebral hemorrhage and placental calcifications||1 (5)||1||1||0|
|Polymalformative syndrome||2 (10)||2||0||0|
|Complete or sacral spina bifida
*As of July 2017.
1These authors contributed equally to this article.
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