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The corps disease: brucellosis and its historical association with the Royal Army Medical Corps


, : The corps disease: brucellosis and its historical association with the Royal Army Medical Corps. Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps 138(3): 140-150

Brucellosis (also known as Malta, Mediterranean or undulant fever) has aptly been nicknamed the Corps Disease bacause of the major role played by the Royal Army Medical Corps in elucidating its nature and discovering its mode of spread, thus leading to its prevention and eradication. This article documents the history of the association with a complete bibliography.D.W.

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Accession: 002241554

PMID: 1453384

DOI: 10.1136/jramc-138-03-09

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