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Conséquences de l'infection à virus Zika sur la grossesse : état des lieux en Guyane française au premier semestre 2016

Abstract : BACKGROUND : Zika virus has spread in the Americas since its first identification in Brazil in early 2015. Prenatal Zika virus infection has been linked to adverse pregnancy and birth outcomes, most notably microcephaly and other serious brain anomalies. Zika virus outbreak spread in French Guyana in early 2016. METHODS : A prospective, descriptive, multicentric study, ZIKA-DFA-FE was XXX to review the consequences of a prenatal Zika virus infection. This work presents a partial analysis of the data, from Avril 4th to June 30th 2016 in French Guyana. FINDINGS : 109 women with Zika virus infection were included, 42 women (38.5%) had clinical symptoms. 69 women (63.3%) gave birth to a clinically neurologically normal child, 14 (12.8%) had miscarriage, 14 women (12.8%) INTERPRETATION: We found a trend to miscarriage and anomalies of fetal growth in case of prenatal virus infection. The final results of the ZIKA-DFA-FE study will perhaps do those trends significant.
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Jérémie Pasquier. Conséquences de l'infection à virus Zika sur la grossesse : état des lieux en Guyane française au premier semestre 2016. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2016. ⟨dumas-01445890⟩

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