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Ticks and Relapsing Fever

, : Ticks and Relapsing Fever. Brit. Med. Jl. London, February 28th. 3087, 310 p

As a result of the preceding paper, a discussion has arisen in the course of which Dr. J. L. Dunlop records Argas persicus as the transmitter of relapsing fever in Persia during the summer of 1918, when the infection apparently varied with the number of bites. Dr. J. W. Mackenzie records observations that confirm those made by Dr. Nicholson. He considers that the louse-borne and tick-borne diseases are clinically of two different types. According to Dr. R. E.


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