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Pathology. 1982 Jan;14(1):89-90.

Haemorrhagic manifestations with Sindbis infection. Case report.


Sindbis infection in man occurs rarely in Australia. Most recorded cases are either asymptomatic or result in a fever sometimes accompanied by a macular or vesicular rash. This case is of particular interest because of the severe haemorrhagic vesicular rash and the repeated recurrence of symptoms over a 5 month period together with the persistence of IgM antibodies to Sindbis virus.

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