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Abstract Title:

Differentiating the wild from the attenuated during a measles outbreak.

Abstract Source:

Paediatr Child Health. 2012 Apr ;17(4):e32-3. PMID: 23543773

Abstract Author(s):

Lindsay Nestibo, Bonita E Lee, Kevin Fonseca, Jennifer Beirnes, Marcia M Johnson, Christopher A Sikora

Article Affiliation:

Lindsay Nestibo

Abstract:

In the midst of a local measles outbreak, a recently immunized child was investigated for a new-onset measles-type rash. Nucleic acid testing identified that a vaccine-type measles virus was being shed in the urine. Clinically differentiating measles from a nonmeasles rash is challenging, but can be supported by a thorough medical history evaluation. Rashes are expected to occur after immunization; nucleic acid testing can be used when it is difficult to differentiate between wild and attenuated strains.

Study Type : Human Study
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Additional Keywords : Vaccine Shedding : CK(31) : AC(4)
Anti Therapeutic Actions : Vaccination: Measles : CK(252) : AC(31)

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