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Toxoplasmosis, a rare case report that led to a successful pregnancy.
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  • THOMAS NTOUNIS,
  • Sofoklis Stavros,
  • Antonios Koutras,
  • Alexandros Katrachouras,
  • Dimitrios Lentzaris ,
  • Ekaterini Domali,
  • Kyriakos Konis,
  • Peter Drakakis
THOMAS NTOUNIS
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
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Sofoklis Stavros
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
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Antonios Koutras
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
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Alexandros Katrachouras
General Hospital of Arta
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Dimitrios Lentzaris
General Hospital of Arta
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Ekaterini Domali
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
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Kyriakos Konis
General Hospital of Arta
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Peter Drakakis
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
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Abstract

A 19-year-old pregnant patient was diagnosed with primary toxoplasmosis infection. The patient was successfully treated with spiramycin and finally delivered normally a healthy boy. Serological tests for detection of anti-toxoplasma antibodies along with ultrasonography findings are the gold standard for the diagnosis. Spiramycin was used for embryo protection.