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FIVE children under age 10 have died in the US as a mysterious hepatitis outbreak continues to puzzle health officials.

Un totale di 109 cases are now being investigated in children across 24 states and Puerto Rico, secondo i Centri per il controllo e la prevenzione delle malattie.

A map identifies states in which doctors are investigating reported hepatitis cases

A map identifies states in which doctors are investigating reported hepatitis cases
Five children have died and others have required liver transplants, the CDC said

Five children have died and others have required liver transplants, the CDC said

The new cases come after the CDC warned doctors in April to be on the lookout for symptoms associated with the outbreak of hepatitis.

About two dozen states have now reported the suspected cases of hepatitis following the initial warning from the CDC.

Ninety percent of cases being looked at have involved hospitalization, con 14 percent of kids requiring liver transplants, Notizie CBS segnalato.

Worldwide, the World Health Organization warned of 300 probable cases within 20 different countries. Three children in Indonesia died from the disease last week.

Investigators both here and abroad and around the globe are working hard to determine the cause,” Jay Butler, deputy director for infectious diseases for the CDC, detto venerdì.

The oldest patient associated with the unusual outbreak was 16, but most of the children are under the age of 5.

Doctors and disease experts have identified adenovirus in about half of the children experiencing liver damage, leading health officials to investigate it as a potential cause.

There are dozens of adenovirus strains in the world, and it is often associated with mild symptoms like a sore throat, pink eye, febbre, or cold-like symptoms.

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tuttavia, sometimes strains can trigger more serious issues like stomach inflammation.

Doctors have yet to put out a warning about an unusual number of adenovirus cases, yet most doctors don’t typically test for the virus.

A novembre, nine cases of severe hepatitis in children popped up, but all nine children tested negative for the virus that typically causes hepatitis.

They did test positive for adenovirus.

“It’s still a very rare occurrence,” the deputy director for infectious diseases for the CDC said of the mysterious outbreak.

“A majority of these cases have recovered and recovered fully.”

He added that none of the nine cases in November involved children who were vaccinated against COVID-19.

The vaccine was ruled out as a possible cause with the CDC director saying: “We hope this information helps clarify some of the speculation circulating online.”

Symptoms of liver inflammation and hepatitis include fever, fatica, loss of appetite, nausea, vomito, abdominal pain, dark urine, light-colored stools, joint pain and jaundice.

There’s no link to one geographic area, common exposure to particular foods or animals, travel or to toxins,” Dr Philippa Easterbrook, an infectious disease physician, detto Notizie NBC.

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We are looking at all possible infectious and noninfectious causes.

Finora, there have been suspected cases of hepatitis in the following states: Alabama, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Carolina del Nord, North Dakota, Nebraska, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin. Puerto Rico reported at least one case.

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