H. H. PERMAR, M.D.; W. W. G. MACLACHLAN, M.D.
The literature concerning tularemia became fairly extensive following the publication by Francis1,2 (1925-1926), of general articles on the subject, and especially after the papers of Francis and Callender3 (1927), of Goodpasture and House4 (1928), of Francis5 (1928), and of W. M. Simpson6 (1928). The latter articles contributed particularly to the knowledge of pathology of the disease. No attempt will be made here to review the history of tularemia, nor to discuss the literature, save as it concerns tularemic lesions of the lung. The papers of W. M. Simpson6,7 (1928-1930), contain excellent summaries of the more recent literature.
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H. H. PERMAR, W. W. G. MACLACHLAN. Tularemic Pneumonia(Tularemic Pneumonia*†)(Tularemic Pneumonia*†). Ann Intern Med. 1931;5:687–698. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-5-6-687
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1931;5(6):687-698.
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