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Morbid anatomy of typhus as seen in a recent Guatemalan epidemic Observations on the disease



Morbid anatomy of typhus as seen in a recent Guatemalan epidemic Observations on the disease



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10 cases of louse-borne epidemic typhus were studied pathologically revealing in addition to the usual vascular injuries described for this disease, the following: exceptionally large foci of necrosis in the central nervous system, particularly in the brain stem; focal cytotoxic necrosis of the adrenal glands ; hemoglobinuric nephrosis; hemorrhage and focal necroses of the spleen; and severe interstitial myocarditis.

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