Salmonella surveillance report 25, JUNE 8, 1964
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Salmonella surveillance report 25, JUNE 8, 1964

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      For month of June 1964 [ie For Monch of April 1964]

      During April, reports of 1,882 Isolations of salmonellae from humans were submitted for an average weekly total of 375. A total of 589 non-human isolations were reported, representing the greatest number reported in a single month.

      A Salmonella hgidglbeyg alert is given. Reports under Current Investigations include preliminary data concerning an outbreak of S. heldelberg in Utah, and an outbreak of S. derby infection within an institution for mentally deficients.

      Included in this month's Reports from States are an outbreak of S. senftenberg affectmg 150 of 300 banquet guests, S. munchen gastroenteritis probably traced to an Easter chick, a summary of non-human salmonella isolates in New Yorl^, orteomyelitis due to S. saint-paul, and a suspected relapse in a case of salmonelia gastroenteritis.

      A review of salmonellosis in Israel (1948-1962) and a preliminary report of out reak of typhoid fever in Aberdeen, Scotland, are presented in the section on International Reports.

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      I. Summary -- II. Reports of isolations from the states -- III. Current investigations -- IV. Reports from states -- V. Special Reports -- VI. International.
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