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TORCH infections

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ludeciso's version from 2016-09-20 22:25

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Toxoplasma - maternalachy, fever, fatigue, loss corrdination, rare lymphadenopathy
Tx. pyrimethamine, sulfadiazine, folic acid
Toxoplasma - neonatalmay be asymptomatic at birth: chorioretinitis, hydrocephalus, intracranial calcification, eye damage, liver damage
Rubella - maternalrash in cephocaudal movement, lymphadenopathy, arthritis
Rubella - neonataltriad: miscarriage, PDA (or pulmonary artery hypoplasia), cataracts, and deafness +/- blueberry muffin rash, cataracts, intellect delays
Cytomegalovirus - maternalcervical discharge, mono-like illness
Cytomegalovirus- neonatalhearing loss, seizures, brain: hydro/microcephaly, liver damage, anemia, petechial rash
HIV - maternalvariable: flu to dormant
HIV- neonatalmortality, recurrent infxn, chronic diarrhea
HSV - maternalskin lesions, flu-like or asymptomatic
HSV- neonatalmiscarriage, temporal encephalitis, micro/hydraencephaly, dermatological lesions, microphthalmus, choriorelmitis, hepatosplenomgaly
syphilis - maternalchancre (1'), disseminated rash (2'), cardiac/neurologic disease (3')
syphilis- neonatalstillbirth, hydrops fetalis. If child survives, facial abnl (notched teeth, saddle nose, short maxilla), saber shins
Parvovirus B19/5th disease - maternallace-like erythematous rash, red eyes, swollen lymph nodes
Parvovirus B19/5th disease- neonatalfetal loss, hemolytic disorder, anemia, inflamed heart
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