TABLE D-2 Causality Conclusions Organized by Adverse Event and Chapter

Chapter Vaccine Adverse Event Epidemiologic Assessment Mechanistic Assessment Causality Conclusion
5 Varicella Disseminated Oka VZV without Other Organ Involvement Insufficient Strong Convincingly Supports
5 Varicella Disseminated Oka VZV with Subsequent Infection Resulting in Pneumonia, Meningitis, or Hepatitis Limited (subsequent infection resulting in pneumonia)
Insufficient (subsequent infection resulting in meningitis or hepatitis)
Strong (in individuals with demonstrated immunodeficiencies) Convincingly Supports (in individuals with demonstrated immunodeficiencies)
5 Varicella Vaccine Strain Viral Reactivation without Other Organ Involvement Insufficient Strong Convincingly Supports
5 Varicella Vaccine Strain Viral Reactivation with Subsequent Infection resulting in Meningitis or Encephalitis Limited (subsequent infection resulting in encephalitis) Insufficient (subsequent infection resulting in meningitis) Strong Convincingly Supports
4 MMR Measles Inclusion Body Encephalitis Insufficient Strong (measles; in individuals with demonstrated immunodeficiencies) Lacking (mumps or rubella) Convincingly Supportsa (in individuals with demonstrated immunodeficiencies)


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