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Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever found present in South-eastern Montana


Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever found present in South-eastern Montana



Public Health Reports 30(23): 1694-1695



ISSN/ISBN: 0033-3549

DOI: 10.2307/4572432

On 25th April 1915, cases of Rocky Mountain spotted fever were reported from south-eastern Montana, outside the supposed area of distribution of Dermacentor andersoni and D. modestus. All the cases seen were of the mild type observed in Wyoming and all were recovering. An investigation of grazing conditions showed that south-eastern Montana was formerly a horse and cattle country and that subsequently sheep superseded them to a considerable extent.

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