A Virus from Cases of Atypical Pneumonia Relation to the Viruses of Meningopneumonitis and Psittacosis

The isolation of three different etiologic agents from atypical bronchopneumonias has recently been reported. Dyer, Topping, and Bengston (1) have described an outbreak of pneumonitis apparently resulting from laboratory infections in which the rickettsiae of American Q fever were shown to be the cause. Weir and Horsfall (2) have reported infection of the… CONTINUE READING