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RevistaGinecologia9(34)58-67(2021)
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Novelties regarding perinatal infections

A.I. Toma, R.D. Bogdan, C.M. Gheorghe, T. Salmen, C. Grigoriu, B.M. Mihai, V. Dima, R.E. Bohîlțea, S. Vlădăreanu


Rezumat: The increase in the number of microorganisms that cause maternal-fetal infections has led to the need to update the acronym TORCH (Toxoplasma, Others, Rubella, Cytomegalovirus, Herpes) to SCRATVHEZ (Syphilis, Cytomegalovirus, Rubella, AIDS, Tuberculosis, Varicella, Herpes, Enterovirus, Zika). The multiple routes of transmission (transplacental, intrapartum, breast milk or posttransfusion), the multitude of microorganisms generating various and complex complications – from quasi-asymptomatic diseases to intrauterine growth restriction, neurological sequelae and to fetal death, the treatment that varies from case to case, between symptomatic and etiological and the possibility of preventing infections, outline their complexity and importance. A complete and correct early diagnosis involves clinical, biological and serological evaluation from the prenatal period, in order to prevent the evolution of infections, especially in the case of those in which there is an etiological treatment. The importance of knowing these infections and the effort to prevent their transmission, in order to limit the development of the consequences they can cause, are key elements in the optimal management of a pregnancy.
Cuvinte cheie: intrauterine infections, TORCH, SCRATVHEZ, congenital syphilis, cytomegalovirus infection, congenital rubella, HIV, tuberculosis, congenital toxoplasmosis, perinatal varicella, herpes simplex virus, enterovirus, parechovirus, Zika virus.

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