JANUARY 2015, Briony Caitlin Klingberg was a girl of 10 year-old who he lives in Adelaide, Australia. One day, she began to feel feverish and ill. It was not until he stopped showing interest in eating and drinking his mother, Bridget, was particular concern.
Bridget Briony took several doctors, but were never sent home with a diagnosis. It was a complete guessing game as to the reason for the condition Briony.
Nobody detected Briony was suffering from herpes simplex virus, a common but dangerous disease.
Back home, Briony began vomiting and was having trouble swallowing. Her parents took her back to the doctor, where white ulcers were detected in the back of the throat that was just as cold sores. However, Briony was diagnosed with a throat infection and prescribed antibiotics generally.
Briony was sent home and told to return the following week to follow up.
Tragically, Briony did not live long enough to return to the doctor.
Briony Klingberg, a healthy, active 10-year-old suddenly felt feverish and ill. She stopped eating and drinking, and it became harder for her to swallow.
His mother, Bridget, Briony took several doctors – but no one could diagnose her
Doctors found ulcers in the throat of Briony and was sent home with antibiotics.. But his case was much more serious.
Briony was suffering from herpes simplex virus, a common yet dangerous disease.
Three days later, Briony suffered massive organ failure and died as a result of your case is not the herpes simplex virus.
Bridget, now a mother mourning and heartbroken, was furious with the doctors who treated her daughter.
“You trust that if she is sick enough, I would say it has to stay in.
The herpes virus was not detected until after the death of Briony.
the doctor who treated Briony said he had only seen this virus on the tongue, gums and inside the lips. – Never on the back of the throat
“I remember Briony and their disease whenever I see a child … every time I look in the throat of anyone,” he said.
Herpes simplex virus infections (HSV) have a wide variety of symptoms, including, but not limited to: