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Its recognized role in causing human infections in Canada dates back to 1938, when 27 encephalitis cases were reported in Manitoba (Donovan and Bowman, 1942 a, b) and 29 in Saskatchewan (Gareau, 1941). In 1941 a large epidemic occurred in the prairie provinces, with 509 cases in Manitoba (Jackson, 1942), 543 cases in Saskatchewan (Davidson, 1942), and 42 cases in Alberta (McGugan, 1942). The 1941 epidemic was studied extensively with reports concerning clinical findings of WEE infection (Adamson and Dubo, 1942 a, b) as well as reports on WEE infection in infants (Medovy, 1942) and on the pathology of 18 fatal cases (Quong, 52 Harvey Artsob and Leslie Spence 1942).
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1975b). The patient displayed a severe case of encephalitis but survived suffering moderate sequelae. , 1976). The virus also affected the upper cervical cord of the patient, resulting in the involvement of shoulder girdle muscles. Some residual sequelae was observed. Finally, a fourth case of POW infection was diagnosed in a 15-year-old female in Ontario in 1976 (Rossier, 1976). Symptoms were mild and no sequelae was observed. , 1960, 1961, 1962). , 1968, 1972). F. Colorado Tick Fever No human cases of CTF virus infection have been diagnosed in Canada.
Arctic and Tropical Arboviruses by Edouard Kurstak