Acute surgical abdomen — an atypical presentation of Plasmodium vivax malaria

Gopisetty, Sunil; Sarveswaran, Jonahan; Achuthan, Raj; Davies, J.; Ausobsky, J. R.
March 2007
Gut;Mar2007, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p447
Academic Journal
A letter to the editor is presented about acute abdomen as atypical features of vivax malaria.


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