Infection Congenital intrauterine TORCH diseases Toxoplasmosis Other Rubella virus Cytomegalovirus Herpes simplex virus

Figure 2.13. TORCH disease must be considered with persistent tunica vasculosa lentis in any small-for-gesta-tional-age infant. This is a grade 3 tunica vasculosa lentis in an infant widi congenital rubella who was 35 weeks gestational age and weighed 860 g at birth.

Figure 2.13. TORCH disease must be considered with persistent tunica vasculosa lentis in any small-for-gesta-tional-age infant. This is a grade 3 tunica vasculosa lentis in an infant widi congenital rubella who was 35 weeks gestational age and weighed 860 g at birth.

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