Fever in the Returning Traveller

Read about what symptoms to look for when someone attends with a fever following a visit abroad in Fever in the Returning Traveller


An acute infectious disease characterised by tonic spasm of voluntary muscles, especially of the muscles of the jaw, also known as lockjaw, and caused by an exotoxin produced by a bacterium of the genus Clostridium (C. tetani) which is usually introduced through a wound.
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