Parvovirus B19-associated transient aplastic crisis following P. falciparum malaria and post-artesunate delayed haemolysis in a returning traveller

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Abstract

We report a case of parvovirus B19-associated transient aplastic crisis following P. falciparum malaria and post-artesunate delayed haemolysis. Concomitant parvovirus B19 infection is an established cause of exacerbation of malaria-related anaemia in endemic countries, but a rare and potentially life-threatening condition in returning travellers.

Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Travel Medicine
Volume29
Issue number4
ISSN1195-1982
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2022

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