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Congenital infection

Introduction: Congenital infection

Description of Congenital infection

Congenital infection: infections acquired in utero and persisting after birth; this term applies maninly to the infant, in contrast to PREGNANCY INFECTION, which applies mainly to the mother and fetus.
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