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Prognostic significance of serum iron levels in cases of Japanese encephalitis.
  1. M. Bharadwaj,
  2. V. Prakash,
  3. A. Mathur,
  4. U. C. Chaturvedi
  1. Postgraduate Department of Microbiology, K.G. Medical College, Lucknow, India.

    Abstract

    Forty-one children with acute laboratory confirmed Japanese encephalitis were studied. Serum iron concentrations were consistently low following Japanese encephalitis virus infection, with the levels being of prognostic significance.

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