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805 SOLDIERS AND VENEREAL DISEASES. enterococcus gives rise to a condition clinically resembling enteric fever, and that it is often associated with the B. t,phosus in other cases. It is evident, therefore, that the enterococcus plays an important r6le in infective processes, and the work of Major Houston and Captain McCloy would seem to show that many cases of " trench fever " are due to its activity. I think most observers will agree with their conclusion, which is very cautiously stated indoi:10.1016/s0140-6736(00)99253-5 fatcat:vlzbpx76xnd2hkbeifyvy6km2u