M J Bruins-Stassen

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The symptoms and clinical course of meningococcaemia in 14 cases are described; 10 patients died; in one of the four survivors amputations were inevitable for necrosis of hands and feet. The foremost symptoms at the first time that a doctor was contacted were fever, lethargy, petechiae and purpura. The fulminant course is shown by the high number of(More)
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