Influenza B-associated Reye's syndrome: incidence in Michigan and potential for prevention.

Abstract

Prospective surveillance for Reye's syndrome in Michigan revealed the occurrence of 46 cases between December 15, 1973 and June 1, 1974. In an attempt to determine the incidence of influenza B-associated Reye's syndrome, a randomized point-prevalence survey of 1,041 schoolchildren was done in a county in Michigan where there had been simultaneous outbreaks… (More)

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@article{Corey1977InfluenzaBR, title={Influenza B-associated Reye's syndrome: incidence in Michigan and potential for prevention.}, author={Linda A. Corey and Richard J. Rubin and Trevor R Thompson and Gary Noble and E. J. Cassidy and Michael A. W. Hattwick and Michael B. Gregg and Don Eddins}, journal={The Journal of infectious diseases}, year={1977}, volume={135 3}, pages={398-407} }