Normal fetal outcome in a pregnancy with central nervous system toxoplasmosis and human immunodeficiency virus infection. A case report
Hedriana, H.L.; Mitchell, J.L.; Brown, G.M.; Williams, S.B.
Journal of Reproductive Medicine 38(9): 747-750
ISSN/ISBN: 0024-7758 PMID: 8254603 Accession: 002443868
A pregnant 38-year-old woman in New york, USA, gravida 6, who confessed to heroin abuse, was diagnosed as having Toxoplasma encephalitis and human immunodeficiency virus infection. Diagnosis was made by evaluation of computed tomographic results and Toxoplasma antibody titres. She was treated successfully with pyrimethamine (50 mg/day) and sulfadiazine (1 g orally every 6 h), and spontaneously delivered a normal 2590 g male infant at 38 weeks of gestation.