Volume 107, Issue 6, Pages 1319–1322
Isaac Benjamin, M.D., Gissel Fernández, M.D., José Valentin Figueira, M.D., Leticia Parpacén, M.D., María Teresa Urbina, M.Sc., Randolfo Medina, M.Sc.
Initial ultrasound findings in pregnancy may not be informative. Only at 21 weeks + 4 days of gestation did an ultrasound reveal fetal microcephaly and ventriculomegaly. Combined clinical, laboratory, and imaging findings provided a complete picture of the severe damage caused by Zika infection.