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A fatal case of cutaneous anthrax

  • D. A. McSwiggan (a1), K. K. Hussain (a2) and I. O. Taylor (a3)

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A fatal case of cutaneous anthrax, presenting many unusual features, is reported. No evidence of occupational or domestic exposure to the risk of infection was found.

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A fatal case of cutaneous anthrax

  • D. A. McSwiggan (a1), K. K. Hussain (a2) and I. O. Taylor (a3)

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