Asian Influenza in Pregnancy and Congenital


Influenza caused by the Asian strain of virus A first became epidemic in Great Britain in the latter half of the year 1957. Available statistics show that it spread rapidly and widely, affecting the southern parts of the country rather later than the northern. Most of the strains isolated from patients throughout the country were shown to be of the Asian… (More)


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