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Septicaemia due to Pasteurella pneumotropica
  1. Bogumila T. Rogers,
  2. J. C. Anderson,
  3. Cynthia A. Palmer,
  4. W. G. Henderson
  1. Department of Microbiology, The Royal Free Hospital, London


    The literature concerning Pasteurella pneumotropica infection in animals and man is briefly reviewed and a case presented in which the organism was the cause of septicaemia in a patient receiving chemotherapy for myeloid leukaemia. Bacteriological findings are recorded and compared with those of other authors.

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