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Congenital rubella syndrome with necrotizing panencephalitis an autopsy case

, : Congenital rubella syndrome with necrotizing panencephalitis an autopsy case. Seoul Journal of Medicine 28(3): 275-280

An autopsy case of congenital rubella syndrome in a deadborn infant is reported. This case is of particular interest in view of the association of massive necrotizing encephalitis with devastation of almost the entire brain. Necrosis and calcifications were also seen in the retina and the liver. The rest of the organs showed fairly typical changes of congenital rubella syndrome, such as patent ductus arteriosus, microcephaly and cataract. The skin showed bullous inflammation.


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