chimento at neuron.arc.nasa.gov
Wed Feb 7 12:28:11 EST 1996
In article <249423659wnr at bnclib.demon.co.uk>, Diane at bnclib.demon.co.uk wrote:
> > From: AJ Boulay <aj.boulay at utoronto.ca>
> > Subject: Re: Cat scratch
> > >>Tamera Blood
> > >>
> > >my grandmother was a nurses aide once and she said they had a child
who had "cat
> > >scratch" disease and the kid evidently had been scratch up by a cat
> > >grandmother swears the kid's face started looking more and more like
> > >face and was really sick. Any ideas? *smile*
> > >
> > >Jen Coleman
Cat Scratch Fever is 1) the title to a song and 2) a bacterial infection
being scratched by a cat that carries the particular bacteria. Pretty
nasty illness, but,
no, you dont start looking like a cat. A researcher I worked with
contracted the illness
after being scratched by a cat while trying to administer ip Nembutal.
considering how many cats there are and how often they scratch.
Thomas Chimento chimento at neuron.arc.nasa.gov
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