Was the huey cocoliztli a haemorrhagic fever?

  title={Was the huey cocoliztli a haemorrhagic fever?},
  author={John S. Marr and James Bartholomay Kiracofe},
  journal={Medical History},
  pages={341 - 362}
Des donnees anthropolgiques et historiques ont ete etudiees et analysees et les symptomes de la variole, du typhus et des fievres hemorragiques ont ete comparees. Il en est ressorti que Huey cocoliztli est a l'origine d'une fievre hemorragique 
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