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Leptospira hebdomadis associated with an outbreak of illness in workers on a farm in North Yorkshire.
  1. S M Crawford,
  2. D W Miles


    Four cases of illness attributed to Leptospira hebdomadis occurred on a cattle farm in North Yorkshire. The clinical features were a febrile illness that resembled influenza; in one case there was a lymphocytic meningitis. This infection is probably more common than is recognised at present, and prevention of further cases may be possible if diagnosed promptly.

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