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Rare, unusual, and less common virus infections after organ transplantation

from Current Opinion in Organ Transplantation (paid subscription required)

Infection may be acquired as a result of natural transmission, reactivation of latent virus, or transmission through the allograft or blood transfusion. The epidemiology, clinical manifestations, and management of these viruses vary widely. Some viruses such as human herpesviruses 6 and 7 are ubiquitous in humans, but they rarely cause clinical disease after organ transplantation. Likewise, adenoviruses, parvoviruses, and some polyomaviruses are commonly transmitted infections in the community, but they cause clinical syndromes rarely in transplant recipients. more


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