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Infant Cytomegalic virus

Infant Cytomegalic virus: Introduction

Infant Cytomegalic virus: CMV is the leading cause of congenital infection in the United States. An estimated 6,000 babies each year develop life ... more about Infant Cytomegalic virus.

Infant Cytomegalic virus: A serious CMV viral infection in newborns. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Infant Cytomegalic virus is available below.

Symptoms of Infant Cytomegalic virus

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Causes of Infant Cytomegalic virus

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Prognosis for Infant Cytomegalic virus

Prognosis for Infant Cytomegalic virus: With supportive treatment most infants with CMV disease usually survive. However, from 80% to 90% will have complications within the first few years of life that may include hearing loss, vision impairment, and varying degrees of mental retardation. (Source: excerpt from Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Infection: DVRD)

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CMV is the leading cause of congenital infection in the United States. An estimated 6,000 babies each year develop life-threatening complications of congenital CMV infection at birth or suffer serious consequences later in life, including mental retardation, blindness, deafness, or epilepsy. Investigators supported by NIAID are currently studying how the virus interferes with normal fetal development and at which stages the fetus is most susceptible to infection. Congenital CMV is the most common cause of progressive deafness in children. (Source: excerpt from Other Important STDS, NIAID Fact Sheet: NIAID)


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