DOI: https://doi.org/10.7705/biomedica.v38i0.3652

Toxoplasmosis cerebral congénita e infección por el virus del Zika y del chikunguña: reporte de un caso

María Luz Gunturiz, Liliana Cortés, Ester Liliana Cuevas, Pablo Chaparro, Martha Lucía Ospina

Resumen


En este artículo se describe el caso clínico de una mujer colombiana del sur del país con diagnóstico de infección intrauterina por Toxoplasma gondii y por los virus del chikungunya y del Zika. La mujer acudió al control prenatal en el segundo trimestre de su embarazo e informó que durante el primer trimestre había presentado síntomas indicativos de infección por el virus del Zika. Mediante reacción en cadena de la polimerasa (PCR) en líquido amniótico, se demostró infección por Toxoplasma gondii así como por los virus del chikungunya y del Zika. En las imágenes diagnósticas se observaron malformaciones del sistema nervioso central en el feto. A las 29 semanas de gestación se dio por terminado el embarazo mediante procedimiento médico.


Palabras clave


toxoplasmosis congénita; virus Zika; virus chikungunya; anomalías congénitas; infección; cerebro

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