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Table 1 Clinical aspects of newborns from infected mothers with Zika virus during pregnancy

From: Zika virus congenital syndrome: experimental models and clinical aspects

Abnormalities References
Brain  
 Ventriculomegaly [3, 24, 34]
 Cortical and subcortical calcifications [3, 24, 34, 36, 37, 39, 40, 56]
 Agyria, taquigyria or polymicrogyria [3, 34, 35]
 Collapsed or dilated ventricle [3, 56]
 Agenesia [34]
 Lysencephaly [24, 34]
 Hypoplasia of cerebellum [35]
 Hydranencephaly [55, 56]
 Loss of cerebral parenchyma volume [34]
 Astroglyosis [3]
Ocular  
 Uveitis [24]
 Retinal degeneration [24]
 Neuroretinal atrophy [28]
 Macular atrophy [60]
 Optic nerve hypoplasia [58, 60]
 Macular pigment mottling [28]
 Chorioretinal scar [28, 58]
Others  
 Arthrogryposis [54,55,56]
 Intrauterine growth restriction [3]
 Congenital contractures [36]
 Pulmonary hypoplasia [36]
 Craniofacial malformations [36]