Zika Virus and Microcephaly

Head of the baby with microcephaly Like other babies of the same type, the head is smaller, gender and age are  one birth . Babies with microcephaly often appear to have small brains that are not fully mature. Microcephaly is a condition caused by the Zika virus during pregnancy. The baby's head also grows during pregnancy, as the  baby's brain also expands. The child's brain may not fully develop during pregnancy or may not develop after  birth, resulting in microcephaly.

  • Microcephaly, in which the skull is partially enlarged
  • A type of brain damage that causes loss of brain tissue
  • Damage, such as scarring or color changes behind the eyes

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