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“…Human P. septica infection following these bites is thought to be rareonly five cases have been recorded in this country (Allott et al, 1944;Brunsdon and Mallett, 1953;Emson, 1957); we found 12 additional cases in a review of our records.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
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“…Human P. septica infection following these bites is thought to be rareonly five cases have been recorded in this country (Allott et al, 1944;Brunsdon and Mallett, 1953;Emson, 1957); we found 12 additional cases in a review of our records.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…Emson (1957) summarized the literature on human infections with P. septica and covered in detail the bacteriology, biochemistry, serology, and classification of this organism. Schipper (1947) studied 14 strains of P. septica (P. multocida) and additional strains from other laboratories; all strains were sensitive in vitro to less than 0.2 unit of penicillin per ml.…”
Section: Bacteriologymentioning
“…24,1964 Apr. 5,1965 febrile illness of a septicemic or pneumonic type. The most commonly recognized illness in cattle caused by this organism is observed frequently after animals have been moved or transported to different ranges or sale yards.…”
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