Varicella Embryopathy

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  • Fetal Effects of Chickenpox
  • Fetal Varicella Infection
  • Fetal Varicella Zoster Syndrome
  • Fetal Effects of Varicella Zoster Virus
  • Varicella Embryopathy

Condition Subdivisions

  • None

General Discussion
Hereditary Varicella Syndrome is an exceptionally uncommon problem where impacted babies have unique irregularities at birth (hereditary) because of the mommy’s infection with chickenpox (maternal varicella zoster) early while pregnant (i.e., around 20 weeks pregnancy). Influenced babies could have a reduced birth weight and also unique irregularities of the skin; the arms, feet, hands, and/or legs (extremities); the mind; the eyes; and/or, in uncommon instances, various other locations of the physical body. When maternal varicella zoster infection happened throughout fetal property development, the variety and also extent of connected signs and also physical conclusions might differ significantly from instance to situation depending after.

In numerous situations, babies with Congenital Varicella Syndrome might be uncommonly little and also have a reduced birth weight due to irregular development hold-ups throughout fetal advancement (intrauterine development retardation). Specific locations of the skin might be composed of thickened, disordered (hypertrophic) mark cells (scar), as well as bordering skin could show up extraordinarily solidified (indurate), red, as well as swollen (erythema).

There could likewise be irregularities of the component of the anxious system that regulates spontaneous features (free stressed system) such as harm to or problems of particular nerve fibers (supportive nerve fibers) that pass from the spine cable to the neck and/or pelvic location. In some instances, unique eye (ocular) problems might additionally be existing consisting of loss of openness of the lenses of the eyes (cataracts); unusual smallness of one or both eyes (reciprocal or independent microphthalmia); uncontrolled, fast, side-to-side motions of the eyes (pendular nystagmus); and/or swelling and also scarring of particular membrane layers of the eyes (chorioretinitis and also chorioretinal scarring). In unusual instances, babies with Congenital Varicella Syndrome might have extra problems connected with the condition.

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