Author(s): Gorbunov EF, Tsinzerling VA, Semenov NV
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Abstract Twenty-three autoptic cases of perinatal chlamydiasis were analyzed. Its etiology was verified by immunofluorescence technique using monoclonal antibodies. The morphological characteristics of visceral lesions are given. Data on the possible routes of infection and evidence for the development of generalized chlamydiasis are presented. The kidney may be suggested to be the site of pathogen persistence.
This article was published in Arkh Patol
and referenced in Journal of Antivirals & Antiretrovirals