AIDS embryopathy; congenital AIDS related syndrome; fetal AIDS syndrome; HIV Embryopathy; HIV infection HIV embryopathy; human immunodeficiency virus embryopathy
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Disease whose entity is disputed. Questionable embryopathy caused by transmission of HIV (human immunodeficiency virus).
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Microcephaly (70%), short nose with sunken nasal bridge, wide eyelid crevices and blue sclera, prominent upper lip with broad philtrum, short stature, hypertelorism.
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Detection of HIV by PCR and HIV antibodies in ELISA and Western blot.
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- Ayisi JG (2003) The effect of dual infection with HIV and malaria on pregnancy outcome in western Kenya. AIDS 17: 585-594
- Dickover RE et al (2002) Perinatal transmission of major, minor, and multiple maternal human immunodeficiency virus type 1 variants in utero and intrapartum. J Virol 75: 2194-2203
- Marion RW et al (1986) Human T-cell lymphotropic virus type III (HTLV-III) embryopathy. Am J Dis Child 140: 638-640
- Mwanyumba F et al (2002) Placental inflammation and perinatal transmission of HIV-1 J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr 29: 262-269
- Nielsen K et al (2000) Diagnosis of HIV infection in children. Pediatr Clin North Am 47: 39-63
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