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Quinine and the mystery of blackwater fever






Acta Leidensia 55: 181-196

Quinine and the mystery of blackwater fever

The history of blackwater fever is discussed with regard to its aetiology and pathophysiology.

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Accession: 001667509

PMID: 3321835



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