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Serologic results provided supportive evidence of a recent dengue infection i. Laboratory surveillance of dengue in Argentina, — Household contacts were seronegative. Of these, 50 occurred in the southern suburban district where our patient lives and works.
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For 2 decades dengue has increased in the Americas, with epidemic peaks every 3 to 5 years 1. Until recently, dengue had not been suspected in patients with a fever living in the Buenos Aires area in the absence of a recent history of travel to an endemoepidemic area. She also provided healthcare at an outpatient clinic in Lanus, her town of residence, a suburb 6 km south of the Federal District.
National Center for Biotechnology InformationU. Clinical and epidemiological report of 38 cases [in Spanish] Medicina B Aires ; More recently, epidemiologic surveillance of febrile illness has been strengthened countrywide upon the recent reporting of yellow fever cases in Argentina 8. Indigenous dengue fever, Buenos Aires, Argentina cecchinii. Febrile illness started suddenly in Februarymidsummer season in Argentina.
Dengue 3 serotype conversion was demonstrated in most of the cases investigated by plaque reduction neutralization assay, except for a few cases imported from Brazil, in which dengue 1 serotype was detected. PAHO scientific publication no. Confirmation of our case was evidence of local circulation of dengue virus. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Thereafter, serum testing became recommended in Buenos Aires for acute febrile illness, among other dengue surveillance interventions in the area.
According to official information, all cases confirmed by antibody conversion in Buenos Aires Federal District and Province during were also imported 7. She had never been vaccinated against yellow fever.
Table Serologic findings of an autochthonous case of dengue fever, Buenos Aires, February Footnotes Suggested citation for this article: Only imported dengue cases have been previously documented in Buenos Aires 2.
Besides, Buenos Aires, like other Latin American metropolitan areas, is undergoing demographic changes that convey further risk for mosquito-borne disease transmission, namely, accelerated population growth mainly caused by informal settlements, deficient public health infrastructure and basic services, unregulated immigration from neighboring countries, and increased international mobility especially in or from neighboring countries 1.
D engue fever was only suspected retrospectively. Dengue, Argentina, South America, letter.
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Suggested citation for this article: Since then, indigenous cecchino circulation has only been reported in the northern provinces of the country, which are close to endemoepidemic countries. As shown in the Tabledengue virus serotype 3 was identified, and a ntibody results were negative for 3 other flaviviruses.
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Journal List Emerg Infect Dis v. No circulation of dengue virus was reported in Buenos Aires during the first 10 epidemiologic weeks of Risk for vector transmission is highest in the peripheral quarters of the city and towards late summer 6.
Thus, this case fulfils Pan American Health Organization criteria for the diagnosis of dengue fever 5. Emerg Infect Dis ; 9: However, vector control measures should be strengthened to minimize the risk of infective persons triggering an epidemic of dengue or other flavivirus disease.
Indigenous Dengue Fever, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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