Wardeh A, Marik P, (Department of Critical Care, St. Vincent Hospital, Massachusetts, USA and the University of Massachusetts and Medical Intensive Care Unit St. Vincent Hospital, Massachusetts, USA). Acute lung injury due to parvovirus pneumonia (Case Report). J Intern Med 1998; 244: 257–60. Objective Human parvovirus B19 is responsible for the common childhood exanthematous illness, erythema infectiosum. Adults infected with B19 have been reported to develop a febrile illness associated with arthritis. Life threatening parvovirus infections in non‐immunocompromised adults have not been reported to date. We report a previously healthy middle aged female who developed severe parvovirus pneumonia. The patient recovered with supportive care provided in the ICU. Parvovirus may represent an under diagnosed cause of community acquired pneumonia.
Journal of Internal Medicine – Wiley
Published: Sep 1, 1998
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