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An outbreak of Legionellosis (Pontiac fever) in ICU of K hospital, Korea
Joung Soon Kim, Sung Woo Lee, Han Soup Shim, Dae Kyu Oh, Min Kee Cho, Hee Bok Oh, Je Hong Woo, Yun Sop Chong
Epidemiol Health. 1985;7(1):44-58.

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Legionellosis
Bacterial Infections of Humans. 1982;275-291   Crossref logo
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Legionellosis: Legionnaires’ disease; Pontiac fever
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Outbreak of Legionellosis Associated with Exposure to Hot Tub
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Outbreak of Pontiac fever due to Legionella anisa
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Pontiac fever among retirement home nurses associated with airborne legionella
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PONTIAC FEVER EXPLAINED?
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Corrigendum to “Pontiac fever among retirement home nurses associated with airborne legionella” Journal of Hospital Infection 2011; 78: 269–273
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