Long-term persistence of clinical symptoms in dengue-infected persons and its association with immunological disorders
The acute manifestations of dengue are well known. The clinical symptoms that present during the convalescent phase of infection are less well characterized, but may be autoimmune-based. This study was undertaken to determine the prevalence of persistent clinical symptoms among individuals infected during the 2006 Cuban epidemic and to evaluate the immunological and genetic factors associated with their occurrence.
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