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Recurrent rheumatic fever.
  1. N H Murray,
  2. J N Fordham,
  3. P G Davies,
  4. C G Barnes


    Although recurrent rheumatic fever in adults is uncommon and the recurrence rate declines with age and with the interval from the attack, we describe a patient who has had four attacks of rheumatic fever, two in childhood and two in adult life.

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