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Zika virus and the risk of imported infection in returned travelers: Implications for clinical care. / Goorhuis, Abraham; Von Eije, Karin J.; Douma, Renée A. et al.

In: Travel medicine and infectious disease, Vol. 14, No. 1, 2016, p. 13-15.

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Goorhuis, Abraham ; Von Eije, Karin J. ; Douma, Renée A. et al. / Zika virus and the risk of imported infection in returned travelers: Implications for clinical care. In: Travel medicine and infectious disease. 2016 ; Vol. 14, No. 1. pp. 13-15.

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abstract = "Since late 2015, an unprecedented outbreak of Zika virus is spreading quickly across Southern America. The large size of the current outbreak in The Americas will also result in an increase in Zika virus infections among travelers returning from endemic areas. We report five cases of imported Zika virus infection to The Netherlands. Although the clinical course is usually mild, establishing the diagnosis is important, mainly because of the association with congenital microcephaly and the possibility of sexual transmission",
author = "Abraham Goorhuis and {Von Eije}, {Karin J.} and Douma, {Ren{\'e}e A.} and Noor Rijnberg and {van Vugt}, Michele and Cornelis Stijnis and Grobusch, {Martin P.}",
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