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Lancet. 1978 Jun 17;1(8077):1277-8.

Infant botulism in England.


A 24-week-old girl presented with an acute illness characterised by constipation at 22 weeks, followed a week later by the sudden onset of generalised weakness, poor feeding, and a weak cry. Laboratory examination of her stools confirmed the clinical diagnosis of infant botulism.

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