Primary toxoplasmosis in pregnancy – results of a multidisciplinary approach

K. Schreiter, I. Raila, U. Dietz, A. Reich, E. Robel-Tillig, M. Borte, F. Gebauer, S. Glasow, H.-J. Gottwald, C. Springer, C. Klein, A. Pöge, B.R. Ruf & T. Grünewald
Objective: Primary toxoplasmosis in pregnancy is an immanent problem for pregnant women and their caregivers. Despite of a low index clinical manifestations are severe and may lead to permanent disabilities in affected children. Incidences are ranging from 0.12–2 per 1,000 pregnancies. Evidence-based[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]