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Dobrava-Belgrade virus

A Hantavirus Case with Confusion and Diffuse Conjunctival Haemorrhage


The Editor,


A 19-year-old male carpenter living in a village affiliated to the district of Görele in the province of Giresun, Turkey, presented to the hospital with symptoms of fever and confusion. Cranial CT and cerebrospinal fluid’s findings were normal. ARB and Herpes PCR tests from CSF were negative, and there was no growth in CSF.

18 May, 2015
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e-Published: 06 Mar, 2017


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