A lethal case of generalized tetanus.


sented to an emergency department in Hamilton, Ontario, on Sept. 28 with a two-day history of dysphagia. On Sept. 3, the patient had undergone a dental procedure to remove a plate from her mouth. She had been well until Sept. 17, when she had fallen on her driveway and suffered an abrasion to her right forearm, which had been managed at home by her daughter… (More)
DOI: 10.1503/cmaj.101121


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@article{Srigley2011ALC, title={A lethal case of generalized tetanus.}, author={Jocelyn A. Srigley and Shariq Haider and Jennie J Johnstone}, journal={CMAJ : Canadian Medical Association journal = journal de l'Association medicale canadienne}, year={2011}, volume={183 9}, pages={1045-8} }