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Trichinellosis is an uncommon condition that is nevertheless a continuing problem as shown by two recent outbreaks in our region. The clinical features are reviewed briefly. The physical and laboratory test findings in the 117 patients affected during the first outbreak (February 1998) are reported, as well as the methods used to treat these patients.
INTRODUCTION It is likely that lead poisoning via drinking water is often overlooked because of its supposed rarity and nonspecific early symptoms, which result in delayed management. EXEGESIS One case of severe lead poisoning via drinking water is reported. The diagnosis was long missed and a particularly long chelating treatment was required. The(More)
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