Calcification in the adrenal glands associated with disseminated herpes simplex infection
Bilateral adrenal calcification was identified in a neonate at 7 weeks of age following Herpes Simplex Type I infection at 2 weeks of age. Calcification could be identified by plain films and ultrasound. Extensive hepatic calcification was also noted.
KeywordsPublic Health Herpes Simplex Adrenal Gland Herpes Simplex Type Plain Film
- 4.Domingues R, Rivero H, Gaisie G, Talmachoff P, Amortegui A, Young LW (1984) Neonatal herpes simplex pneumonia: radiographic findings. Radiology 153: 395Google Scholar
- 5.Rose J, Berdon W, Sullivan T, Baker D (1971) Prolonged jaundice as presenting sign of massive adrenal haemorrhage in newborn. Radiology 98: 263Google Scholar
- 6.Wagner AC (1961) Bilateral hemorrhagic pseudocysts of the adrenal glands in the newborn. AJR 86: 540Google Scholar