VIRAL GASTROENTERITIS ABOARD A CRUISE SHIP

@article{Ho1989VIRALGA,
  title={VIRAL GASTROENTERITIS ABOARD A CRUISE SHIP},
  author={M. Ho and S. Monroe and S. Stine and D. Cubitt and R. Glass and H. Madore and P. Pinsky and C. Ashley and E. Caul},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1989},
  volume={334},
  pages={961-965}
}
A 32-nm small round structured virus (SRSV), possibly related to the Snow Mountain agent (SMA), was implicated as the cause of recurrent outbreaks of gastroenteritis on a cruise ship. There was no identifiable relation to food or water consumption, but the risk of gastroenteritis among passengers who had shared toilet facilities was twice that of those who had a private bathroom and the rate of illness was related to the number of passengers sharing a communal restroom (ie, with one or more… Expand
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