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When the clinical features, the pathology, and the various examinations and tests made for evidence of injury and infection are summarized, it leaves two over-all possible causes of wobbles that might well receive further consideration, namely, nutrition and a genetic basis for the disease.
On the...

Dimock, W. W.
Bull. Ky agric. Exp. Stn., 1950, 553, pp 36 pp.

I. The authors describe an outbreak of disease among the native population in Trinidad which they believe to be rabies, although there is no history of bites and the mode of transmission has not as yet been recognised.
The disease was first reported in human beings in 1929 and within a year 17...

Hurst, E. W.; Pawan, J. L.
Lancet, 1931, 221, pp 622-628

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