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An Old Disease Comes Back: Reporting 2 Cases of Neonatal Measles.

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Summary of "An Old Disease Comes Back: Reporting 2 Cases of Neonatal Measles."

We report two cases of neonatal measles (one congenital and one post natal infection) admitted to our neonatal intensive care unit and discuss the management. This report intend to keep alert against measles and point out the risk for susceptible pregnant women and their offspring in countries with reduction of coverage from anti measles vaccine.

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Name: Journal of the Pediatric Infectious Diseases Society
ISSN: 2048-7207
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