Brief Report - Zika Virus Infection with Prolonged Maternal
Introduction

Zika virus (ZIKV), a mosquito-borne flavivirus and member of the Flaviviridae family, was originally isolated from a sentinel primate in Uganda in 1947.1 ZIKV was associated with mild febrile disease and maculopapular rash in tropical Africa and some areas of Southeast Asia. / Case Report A 33-year-old Finnish woman who was in the 11th week of gestation was on holiday in Mexico, Guatemala, and Belize with her husband in late November 2015). During their travels, she and her husband recalled being bitten by mosquitoes, particularly in Guatemala. One day after her arrival at her current residence in Washington, D.C., she became ill with ocular pain, myalgia, and mild fever (maximum, 37.5°C), which lasted for 5 days...

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