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Rheumatic fever in children and adolescents. A long-term epidemiologic study of subsequent prophylaxis, streptococcal infections, and clinical sequelae



Rheumatic fever in children and adolescents. A long-term epidemiologic study of subsequent prophylaxis, streptococcal infections, and clinical sequelae



IN ANN INTERNAL MED [Suppl. 5] 60(2 Pt 2): 3-129



Two of the papers describe the design of the study, the laboratory methods, and the epidemiologic techniques for maintaining the clinical population. The remaining 5 papers report the data and correlations for prophylaxis, streptococcal infections, recurrences of rheumatic fever, and changes of cardiac status in the population. Appropriate papers will be referred to in relevant sections of BIOLOGICAL

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