Varicella (chickenpox) vaccine reaction citations
Chickenpox vaccine Citations
Stroke after varicella vaccination
Esmaeli-Gutstein B, et al. Uveitis associated with varicella virus vaccine. Am J Ophthalmol. 1999 Jun;127(6):733-4. PMID: 10372892; UI: 99300107.
Naseri A, Good WV, Cunningham ET Jr.Herpes zoster virus sclerokeratitis and anterior uveitis in a child following varicella vaccination.Am J Ophthalmol. 2003 Mar;135(3):415-7.PMID: 12614776 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
Ravkina LI, et al. [Morphological changes in the central nervous system in post-vaccinal encephalomyelitis developing after chickenpox vaccination in children]. Zh Nevropatol Psikhiatr Im S S Korsakova. 1970;70(10):1465-71. Russian. PMID: 4395233; UI: 71064831.
Salzman MB, Sharrar RG, Steinberg S, LaRussa P . Transmission
of varicella-vaccine virus from a healthy 12-month-old child to his pregnant mother. J
Pediatr 1997 Jul;131(1 Pt 1):151-4 Department of Pediatrics, University of California, Los
Angeles School of Medicine, USA
A 12-month-old healthy boy had approximately 30 vesicular skin lesions 24 days after receiving varicella vaccine. Sixteen days later his pregnant mother had 100 lesions. Varicella-vaccine virus was identified by polymerase chain reaction in the vesicular lesions of the mother. After an elective abortion, no virus was detected in the fetal tissue. This case documents transmission of varicella-vaccine virus from a healthy 12-month-old infant to his pregnant mother. Comments: Comment in: J Pediatr 1997 Jul;131(1 Pt 1):10-2 Comment in: J Pediatr 1998 Aug;133(2):310-1 PMID: 9255208, UI: 97399079
Singer S, et al. Urticaria following varicella vaccine associated with gelatin allergy. Vaccine. 1999 Jan 28;17(4):327-9. PMID: 9987170; UI: 99141643.
M, et al. IgE-mediated systemic reactions to gelatin included in the varicella
vaccine. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 1997 Feb;99(2):263-4. No abstract available.PMID:
9042057; UI: 97194619
Sunaga Y, Hikima A, Ostuka T, Morikawa A.Acute
cerebellar ataxia with abnormal MRI lesions after varicella vaccination.Pediatr
Neurol. 1995 Nov;13(4):340-2.PMID: 8771172 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
A 2-year-old boy, with the primary difficulties of nausea and vomiting, developed a staggering gait and dysarthria 10 days after varicella vaccination. Magnetic resonance imaging demonstrated multiple areas of high signal intensity in the white matter of the cerebellum, predominantly in the parieto-occipital white matter and both globus pallidi. He did not present any signs of myelitis or encephalitis and thus his cerebellar dysfunction was diagnosed as acute cerebellar ataxia, which is, generally speaking, not an etiologic entity but a clinical syndrome. Magnetic resonance imaging may reveal a variety of abnormalities of the central nervous system in acute cerebellar ataxia.