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Disease due to echovirus type 19 in Birmingham, England, 1975: relationship to 'epidemic neuromyasthenia'.
  1. A. P. Ball


    In the summer of 1975 an extensive epidemic of disease due to echovirus type 19 occurred in the West Midlands. The features of this outbreak, and their relationship to the syndrome referred to as 'epidemic neuromyasthenia', are discussed. The two diseases are considered to be separate entities.

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