Contagious and airborne. The patient is contagious for 2 weeks after the disease. I had been ill with measles develops a strong immunity.
This acute viral infectious disease dangerous because in case it is women in the 1 to 3 month of pregnancy, rubella can become infected and the embryo, which in this case either dies, or is formed with a serious heart defects (microcephaly, deafness, cataracts, heart defects and other). That's why you need to protect pregnant women, not ill earlier rubella, from communicating with patients for a period of not less than three weeks, and in case of illness Read more [...]
Rubella Encephalitis there is a 2-6th day of the exanthema. Acute, subacute rarely, develop meningeal symptoms. All events can restrict serous meningitis syndrome. Less often the symptoms of focal disorders in the form of hemiplegia, ataxia. Sometimes disease begins with seizures, coma ending. A case of the disease by type of Landry's ascending paralysis. When rubella during pregnancy (especially in the first 4 months.) Are frequently observed defects in development (microcephaly, deafness, cataracts, heart defects).
In such cases, shows an abortion.
Scarlatinella (Rubeola scarlatinosa; synonym: Fourth disease, disease Filatov - Dukes) - an acute infectious disease characterized by symptoms that are characteristic of mild scarlet fever. First described by Filatov in 1885, and in 1900, under the name of "fourth disease" English physician Dukes.
The etiology and epidemiology of the basic laws are not known. It is believed that scarlatinal rubella is a kind of German measles. Many scientists believe that the named scarlatinal rubella hidden light atypical forms of scarlet fever, which should be incorporated into anti-epidemic measures.
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Rubella in the past been among the easiest, so-called small infections. Its incidence and account for poorly recorded. It did not attract the attention of researchers and therefore has been studied very little. Interest to rubella increased only in the last three decades, after the Australian doctor Gregg (1941) has shown that this "small" is not harmless infection and disease of pregnant women it is often the cause of severe birth defects of children. Research carried out in recent years in different countries, revealed many secrets of this disease.
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