Brain damages caused by Zika virus congenital infection go beyond microcephaly

Wednesday, August 24, 2016 - 05:01 in Health & Medicine

A recent study published by Brazilian researchers indicates brain malformations induced by Zika virus congenital infection. More than microcephaly, the research indicates other neurological changes such as reduction in brain volume, cortical development abnormalities and ventriculomegaly.

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