PMID: 4339953May 1, 1972Paper

Virological studies of sudden, unexplained infant deaths in Glasgow 1967-70

Journal of Clinical Pathology
G E Urquhart, N R Grist


Virus isolation tests on 72 sudden unexplained infant deaths and 34 cases of explained death showed that 42 and 29% respectively had virus infections. A wide range of viruses was encountered, mainly enteroviruses and adenoviruses, mostly from bowel specimens. The findings did not suggest that overwhelming virus infection was a common feature of sudden death in infancy.


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