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Spontaneous splenic rupture in typhoid fever.

Postgraduate Medical Journal

complications, Adolescent, Typhoid Fever, microbiology, Splenic Rupture, drug effects, Salmonella typhi, Rupture, Spontaneous, Middle Aged, Male, Humans, Female, Drug Resistance, Microbial

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      Three cases of multidrug-resistant Salmonella typhi infection presenting as spontaneous splenic rupture are presented. One patient died and two recovered completely. This is a previously unreported presentation of typhoid fever.

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