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Paratyphoid A and B.
2. Duration 2-3 weeks.
3. Acute development.
4. Catarrhal is the upper respiratory tract, facial flushing.
5. A rash on days 4-7, abundant, polymorphic.
7. Less often relapses, v risk of developing an ass.
8. Paratyphoid A - flu-like c, paratyphoid B - diarrheal c-m.
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Paratyphoid A and B.
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