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SNHL - TORCH + infx

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lzucc093's version from 2015-05-28 01:46

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asymptomatic in mom; FETUS = chorioretinitis, intracranial calcifications, hydrocephalus) + SNHLtoxoplasmosis
EARLY: fatal; LATE: bilateral SNHL, Hutchinson's teet, nasal septal perforation, vertigo syphilis
deaf, cataracts, heart defectrubella
85% asym @ birth; 15% sym @ birth --> delayed/fluctuating HL (50% in 5 yrs); urine CMV, blood spot; Tx: ARV IV q6wk > oral until 12 moCMV
strep pneumo --> permanent uni/bi SNHLbacterial meningitis
encephalitis --> SNHLherpes
20% of all SNHLCMV
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