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Volume 13, Number 4—April 2007

Research

Spanish Influenza in Japanese Armed Forces, 1918–1920

Akihiko Kawana*Comments to Author , Go Naka*, Yuji Fujikura*, Yasuyuki Kato*, Yasutaka Mizuno*, Tatsuya Kondo*, and Koichiro Kudo*
Author affiliations: *International Medical Center of Japan, Tokyo, Japan;

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Number of patients hospitalized for respiratory infection, Tokyo First Army Hospital, 1918.

Figure. Number of patients hospitalized for respiratory infection, Tokyo First Army Hospital, 1918.

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