WILLIAM F. GANONG; EDWARD ZUCKER; CARROLL K. CLAWSON; EDWARD C. VOSS; MILTON L. KLOTZBACH; KENNETH A. PLATT
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During the summer and autumn of 1951, the 1st Cavalry Division was deployed south and west of Yonchon, the center of the area from which the vast majority of cases of epidemic hemorrhagic fever originated. Between August 1 and December 10, 1951, a large number of cases clinically diagnosed as this disease were evacuated through the clearing station of the Division. Because the early features of this disease are difficult if not impossible to differentiate from other acute infections, it was felt that a report of experience gained from these cases would be of interest in emphasizing the points most
GANONG WF, ZUCKER E, CLAWSON CK, et al. THE EARLY FIELD DIAGNOSIS OF EPIDEMIC HEMORRHAGIC FEVER*. Ann Intern Med. 1953;38:61–66. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-38-1-61
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1953;38(1):61-66.
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