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Peculiarities of neonatal herpes (clinical case) 


SOVREMENNAYA PEDIATRIYA.2015.5(69):96-98; doi 10.15574/SP.2015.69.96 

Peculiarities of neonatal herpes (clinical case) 

Usachova O. V., Silina E. A., Paholchuk T. M., Kurochkina T. I.

Zaporozhye State Medical University

Zaporozhye City Children's Multidisciplinary Hospital № 5 

This article highlights on a clinical peculiaritiesof neonatal HSV infection. The clinical case of the corresponding disease is described, problematic questions dealing with the diagnosis are regarded, and the efficacy of specific therapy of herpes infection in newborns is demonstrated. 

Key words: neonatal herpes infection, newborn, diagnosis, clinical signs, treatment. 


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