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Jaundice, Renal Failure and Pulmonary Haemorrhage in a Canal Boat Owner


Abstract Leptospirosis is a rare notifiable disease with three major clinical manifestations: subclinical disease, a self limiting illness (90% cases) and Weil’s disease, a fulminant, life-threatening condition with renal and hepatic failure, haemorrhagic pneumonitis and cardiovascular collapse. Diagnosis is by the detection of IgM antibodies to leptospira produced 7 to…

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