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Acquired toxoplasmosis in children.
  1. B McNicholl,
  2. J Flynn


    Nine cases of acquired toxoplasmosis, 8 from rural backgrounds, are described, illustrating the wide variety of clinical pictures. Evidence of familial infection was found whenever sought, and was also found in cattle in one case. The availability of an easily performed screening test should make diagnosis of this common disease more frequent.

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