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"There is no evidence either clinical or experimental that the oral spirochetes alone can produce disease in man. But they are probably the most important member in a symbiotic group of anaërobic organisms which is capable of initiating a severe and often fatal disease. The first five chapters of this book deal with the biological characteristics of the mouth organisms. These are followed by presentation of the clinical aspects of the morbid states with which the fuso-spirochetal complex is associated. These are grouped by regions. While reference to the association of these conditions, and particularly the anginal group, with various
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Oral Spirochetes and Related Organisms in Fuso-Spirochetal Disease.. Ann Intern Med. 1933;6:968. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-6-7-968_1
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