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|Cover artist||Dean Ellis|
|Publisher||Del Rey Books|
|Media type||Print (hardcover)|
|Preceded by||Major Operation|
|Followed by||Sector General|
- "Contagion" – An ancient sleeper ship is found whose last occupants died only months before. The rescue ship and ambulance crews come down with a mysterious illness.
- "Quarantine" – The sole survivor from a spacewreck is brought back to the hospital, and stuns everyone by downing half the surgical team.
- "Recovery" – A ship is found with absolutely no visible markings. A torture corridor inside beats on whatever passes, including a violent non-sentient and a telepathic sentient who communicates with the ambulance staff about the Blind Ones' need.
The 1980 Corgi edition has "Spacebird" as the first story.
- James White Information. Sectorgeneral.com.
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