Coxsackievirus Herpangina Epidemic Pleurodynia Aseptic Meningitis Meningoencephalitis Neonatal Sepsis Myocarditis Pericarditis Acute Febrile Respiratory Illnesses (Children) Paralysis Fever And Rash Varies With Types Most People Are Infected Increases During The Warm Months In Temperate Climates And Year-Round In The Tropics And In Children Spread From Person To Person

Neonatal usually via the fecal-oral route of infection None None ECHO viruses † and in high numbers enteroviruses Aseptic meningitis fever and rash meningoencephalitis sepsis paralysis myocarditis pericarditis As with Coxsackievirus None cytomegalovirus Congenital defects (Zytomegalus inclusion disease) hepatitis (cytomegalovirus mononucleosis) In immunocompromised patients (including those with AIDS): Retinitis

GI disorders

CNS disorders

Pneumonia Widely Congenital usual in immunocompromised patients ganciclovir

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