Enterovirus A71 Meningoencephalitis Outbreak, Rostov-on-Don, Russia, 2013

Seventy-eight cases of enterovirus infection, including 25 neuroinfections, occurred in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, during May–June 2013. The outbreak was caused by an enterovirus A type 71 (EV-A71) subgenotype C4 lineage that spread to neighboring countries from China ≈3 years earlier. Enterovirus assoc...

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Main Authors: Ludmila V. Akhmadishina, Marina V. Govorukhina, Evgeniy V. Kovalev, Svetlana A. Nenadskaya, Olga E. Ivanova, Alexander N. Lukashev
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Language:English
Published: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 2015-08-01
Series:Emerging Infectious Diseases
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Online Access:https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/21/8/14-1084_article
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spelling doaj-236f57a372e243b3bcbf5886f6e0e0b02020-11-24T21:45:59ZengCenters for Disease Control and PreventionEmerging Infectious Diseases1080-60401080-60592015-08-012181440144310.3201/eid2108.141084Enterovirus A71 Meningoencephalitis Outbreak, Rostov-on-Don, Russia, 2013Ludmila V. AkhmadishinaMarina V. GovorukhinaEvgeniy V. KovalevSvetlana A. NenadskayaOlga E. IvanovaAlexander N. LukashevSeventy-eight cases of enterovirus infection, including 25 neuroinfections, occurred in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, during May–June 2013. The outbreak was caused by an enterovirus A type 71 (EV-A71) subgenotype C4 lineage that spread to neighboring countries from China ≈3 years earlier. Enterovirus associated neuroinfection may emerge in areas with a preceding background circulation of EV-A71 with apparently asymptomatic infection.https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/21/8/14-1084_articleenterovirus 71EV-A71human enterovirusmeningitismeningoencephalitisneuroinfection
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author Ludmila V. Akhmadishina
Marina V. Govorukhina
Evgeniy V. Kovalev
Svetlana A. Nenadskaya
Olga E. Ivanova
Alexander N. Lukashev
spellingShingle Ludmila V. Akhmadishina
Marina V. Govorukhina
Evgeniy V. Kovalev
Svetlana A. Nenadskaya
Olga E. Ivanova
Alexander N. Lukashev
Enterovirus A71 Meningoencephalitis Outbreak, Rostov-on-Don, Russia, 2013
Emerging Infectious Diseases
enterovirus 71
EV-A71
human enterovirus
meningitis
meningoencephalitis
neuroinfection
author_facet Ludmila V. Akhmadishina
Marina V. Govorukhina
Evgeniy V. Kovalev
Svetlana A. Nenadskaya
Olga E. Ivanova
Alexander N. Lukashev
author_sort Ludmila V. Akhmadishina
title Enterovirus A71 Meningoencephalitis Outbreak, Rostov-on-Don, Russia, 2013
title_short Enterovirus A71 Meningoencephalitis Outbreak, Rostov-on-Don, Russia, 2013
title_full Enterovirus A71 Meningoencephalitis Outbreak, Rostov-on-Don, Russia, 2013
title_fullStr Enterovirus A71 Meningoencephalitis Outbreak, Rostov-on-Don, Russia, 2013
title_full_unstemmed Enterovirus A71 Meningoencephalitis Outbreak, Rostov-on-Don, Russia, 2013
title_sort enterovirus a71 meningoencephalitis outbreak, rostov-on-don, russia, 2013
publisher Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
series Emerging Infectious Diseases
issn 1080-6040
1080-6059
publishDate 2015-08-01
description Seventy-eight cases of enterovirus infection, including 25 neuroinfections, occurred in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, during May–June 2013. The outbreak was caused by an enterovirus A type 71 (EV-A71) subgenotype C4 lineage that spread to neighboring countries from China ≈3 years earlier. Enterovirus associated neuroinfection may emerge in areas with a preceding background circulation of EV-A71 with apparently asymptomatic infection.
topic enterovirus 71
EV-A71
human enterovirus
meningitis
meningoencephalitis
neuroinfection
url https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/21/8/14-1084_article
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