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The first case of Malta fever in the United States was reported by Craig twenty-four years ago, who prophesied that a careful differential study of the obscure continued fevers prevalent in this country will result in the demonstration that Malta fever is by no means a rare disease in the warmer portions of the United States, and that many of the so-called anomalous cases of typhoid fever are in reality instances of infection with the micro-organism of Malta fever. This was practically forgotten until the disease was recognized by Ferenbaugh and Gentry in the goat-raising sections of Texas; and even
Current Studies of Undulant Fever.. Ann Intern Med. 1929;3:506–507. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-3-5-506_2
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