Published in AIDS Weekly, January 18th, 2010
"Viral infection is a common cause of acute myocardial and pericardial disease; most of these patients are infected with enterovirus and are asymptomatic. Cardiac involvement in CMV infection is rare, with CMV-related pericarditis being reported mainly in patients who were immunocompromised as a result of autoimmune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) or organ transplantation," wrote C.T. Wu and colleagues, Chang-Gung University.
The researchers concluded: "This paper describes a 3.5-month-old...
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