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J. Islam. Int. Med. Coll.. 2015; 10(4): 280-281

Parvo B 19 Myocarditis in Immunocompetent Patient

Asif Nadeem, Abid Ullah Khan, Muhammad Farooq, Mumtaz Malik, Zulfikar Kango.

Parvo B 19 virus can cause different diseases in human. It can cause myocarditis which if not treated in time can
prove fatal. Here we are presenting a case of 43 years old immuneā€competent male who was found to be
infected with Parvo B 19 virus, which was diagnosed by positive serology and PCR technique. He was
successfully treated and ison regular follow up. Every clinician should consider the possibility of PVB 19 in any
patient presenting with acute myocarditis.

Key words: Myocarditis, Parvo B 19 Virus.

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