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The electrocardiogram of normal and malaria-infected monkeys



The electrocardiogram of normal and malaria-infected monkeys



Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 34(8): 1105-1108



The ecg. of malaria-infected Macaca mulatta monkeys does not differ from that of controls except for a rare case of left axis shift and slight prolongation of the Q-T interval even in those having red blood cell counts only 25% of normal.

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