viernes, 2 de junio de 2017

MMWR Vol. 66 / No. 21


MMWR Weekly
Vol. 66, No. 21
June 02, 2017

In this report
Amanita phalloides Mushroom Poisonings — Northern California, December 2016
Kathy T. Vo, MD; Martha E. Montgomery, MD; S. Todd Mitchell, MD; et al.

The figure above is a photograph of an Amanita phalloides mushroom.
Amanita phalloides mushrooms are responsible for most deaths that result from ingestion of wild mushrooms.
Notes from the Field: Veillonella Misidentified as Francisella tularensis — Idaho, 2016
Kris K. Carter, DVM; Erin M. Peterson; Robert L. Voermans; et al. 

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