Journal of the Korean Pediatric Society 1981;24(9):865-871.
Published online September 15, 1981.
Congenital Systemic Cytomegalic Inclusion Disease: An Autopsy Case Report.
Seung Bok Cho1, Boc Lyul Park1, Mi Na Lee1, Hea Soo Koo2, Je Geun Chi3
1Department of Pediatrics, Cheil Hospital, Korea.
2Department of Pathology, Cheil Hospital, Korea.
3Department of Pathology, College of Medicine, Seoul National University, Korea.
전신성 선천성 세포비대성 봉입체병
조승복1, 박복렬1, 이미나1, 구혜수2, 지제근3
1제일병원 소아과
2제일병원 병리과
3서울대학교 의과대학 병리학교실
Abstract
A case of systemic cytomegalovirus infection in a newborn baby is reported. This female baby was born after 36 weeks gestation to a 30 year-old mother who had no prenatal problem except for breech presentation and placenta previa for which Caesarian section was given. The mother has two healthy children. The clinical course of this baby was characterized by repeat spells of apnea, cyanosis and edema, that progressed to deepening jaundice and generalized petechiae. She died 58 hours after birth. A characteristic linear calcification along the ventricular wall of the brain enabled us to suggest congenital nature of cytomegalic inclusion disease in the patient. Postmortem exmaination showed numeorous cystomegalic inclusions in kidneys, pancreas, liver and thyroid. There was subependymal and periaqueductal calcification together with hydrocepalus and cerebellar hypoplasia.
Key Words: Congenital Systemic Cytomegalic Inclusion Disease




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