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Recurrent attack of rotavirus gastroenteritis after adenovirus-induced diarrhoea.
  1. S Chiba,
  2. R Kogasaka,
  3. M Akihara,
  4. K Horino,
  5. T Nakao

    Abstract

    A 14-month-old baby boy suffered a second attack of rotavirus gastroenteritis within one month of the initial one. The second attack followed a diarrhoeal episode associated with adenovirus. Gastrointestinal symptoms in the second attack were more severe than those of the first. The adenovirus-associated enteritis was mild compared with the illness in both episodes of rotavirus infection.

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