Reye's syndrome is an infrequently diagnosed medical condition affecting mainly children. The etiology, epidemiology and natural history of Reye's syndrome have been cloudily written in footnotes of medical books and exotic papers since the initial description in early 1950s. We report here a case of adult Reye's syndrome associated with serologic evidence of parvovirus B19 infection. © 2011 Elsevier Editora Ltda.




P.S.G., D. C., G.M., R., T.C., V., T.G., C., & F.J., B. L. (2011). Adult Reye-like syndrome associated with serologic evidence of acute parvovirus B19 infection. Brazilian Journal of Infectious Diseases, 15(5), 482–483. https://doi.org/10.1016/S1413-8670(11)70232-X LK  - http://uilink.lib.uiowa.edu/view/uresolver/01IOWA_INST/openurl?sid=EMBASE&issn=14138670&id=doi:10.1016%2FS1413-8670%2811%2970232-X&atitle=Adult+Reye-like+syndrome+associated+with+serologic+evidence+of+acute+parvovirus+B19+infection&stitle=Braz.+J.+Infect.+Dis.&title=Brazilian+Journal+of+Infectious+Diseases&volume=15&issue=5&spage=482&epage=483&aulast=Da+Costa&aufirst=Paulo+S%C3%A9rgio+Gon%C3%A7alves&auinit=P.S.G.&aufull=Da+Costa+P.S.G.&coden=BJIDA&isbn=&pages=

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