The burning millipede

  title={The burning millipede},
  author={G. H. Mason and H. Thomson and P. Fergin and Rod W. Anderson},
  journal={Medical Journal of Australia},
Millipede Burn at an Unusual Site Mimicking Child Abuse in an 8-Year-Old Girl
An 8-year-old girl was seen with a 4-day history of painful swelling of her external genitalia, and the possibility of child abuse was considered, thus confirming the suspicion of millipede burns. Expand
Arthropods in dermatology.
In general, the diagnosis of arthropod bites and stings is dependent on maintenance of a high index of suspicion and familiarity with theArachnida fauna not only in one's region of practice, but also in the travel regions of one's patients. Expand
Infestation of the human intestine by the millipede, Nopoiulus kochii
Specimens of the millipede, Nopoiulus kochii (Gervais) were seen in faeces and vomit of a 14‐year‐old boy residing in Oltu, Erzurum, Turkey, who complained of a burning sensation in his throat and stomach‐ache and anti‐parasitic drugs had not resolved the problem. Expand
  • 1994
ADRAC(see Adverse Drug ReactionsAdvisory Committee) APMA(see Australian Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association) Abbott R. (see Davis R) (C) 527 Abramson MJ. (see Morris NV) (A) 68 Ackerman V. (seeExpand