H. C. SOLOMON, M.D.
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1. It is now possible to obtain an apparent arrest in all forms of neurosyphilis.
2. Not all cases of any form or variety of neurosyphilis can be arrested.
3. Febrile methods and tryparsamide are the most effective means available in the treatment of neurosyphilis. Intraventricular, intracistern, intraspinal serum injections, as well as arsphenamin, bismuth, mercury, and iodid, are of secondary importance.
4. The arrest of late and advanced and malignant types of neurosyphilis give strong evidence that when cases are treated earlier they can be arrested before great damage has occurred.
5. Improvement in our methods of treatment is
SOLOMON HC. The Treatment of Neurosyphilis1. Ann Intern Med. 1929;3:447–451. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-3-5-447
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1929;3(5):447-451.
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