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Volume 18, Number 2—February 2012

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Multiorgan Dysfunction Caused by Travel-associated African Trypanosomiasis

Lucy E. CottleComments to Author , Joanna R. Peters1, Alison Hall, J. Wendi Bailey, Harry A. Noyes, Jane E. Rimington, Nicholas J. Beeching, S. Bertel Squire, and Mike B.J. Beadsworth
Author affiliations: Royal Liverpool University Hospital, Liverpool, UK (L.E. Cottle, J.R. Peters, A. Hall, N.J. Beeching, S.B. Squire, M.B.J. Beadsworth); Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Liverpool (J.W. Bailey, N.J. Beeching, S.B. Squire, M.B.J. Beadsworth); University of Liverpool, Liverpool (H.A. Noyes); Hawkshead Medical Practice, Ambleside, UK (J.E. Rimington)

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Thick film using Field’s stain showing trypanosomes under ×400 magnification. Motile trypanosomes are shown in the Video.

Figure. Thick film using Field’s stain showing trypanosomes under ×400 magnification. Motile trypanosomes are shown in the Video.

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1Current affiliation: Worthing Hospital, Worthing, UK.

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