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Anchorage, United States

Colosimo S.M.,Providence Maternal Fetal Medicine | Montoya J.G.,Providence Maternal Fetal Medicine | Westley B.P.,Providence Maternal Fetal Medicine | Jacob J.,Providence Maternal Fetal Medicine | Isada N.B.,Providence Maternal Fetal Medicine
Alaska medicine | Year: 2013

Consumption of undercooked game meat during pregnancy is considered a risk factor for congenital toxoplasmosis, but cases definitively linking ingestion of infected meat to clinical disease are lacking. We report a confirmed case of congenital toxoplasmosis identified because of atrial flutter in the fetus and linked to maternal consumption of Toxoplasma gondii PCR-positive moose meat. Source

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