A Longitudinal Study of Ebola Sequelae in Liberia

New England Journal of Medicine
March 7, 2019   Vol. 380 No. 10

Original Article
A Longitudinal Study of Ebola Sequelae in Liberia
The PREVAIL III Study Group
A relatively high burden of symptoms was seen in all participants, but certain symptoms and examination findings were more common among survivors. With the exception of uveitis, these conditions declined in prevalence during follow-up in both groups. Viral RNA in semen persisted for a maximum of 40 months.