SAMUEL R. HAYTHORN, M.D., F.A.C.P.; GEORGE H. ROBINSON, Ph.D.; LLOYD JOHNSON, M.D.
The patient concerned in this report was a man 70 years of age who presented an unusual combination of clinical and pathological findings. The diagnosis of Hodgkin's disease was based entirely on the microscopic changes and was not suspected during life or from the gross findings at autopsy. The outstanding features of the case were inflammatory lesions of the lungs and spleen and the isolation of a pathogenic strain of monilia. The unusual lung lesions were found microscopically to be nodules of organizing pneumonia through which numerous large cells of the "Dorothy Reed" type were distributed, and which we interpreted
HAYTHORN SR, ROBINSON GH, JOHNSON L. The Report of a Case of Early Hodgkin's Disease Secondarily Infected with a Strain of Pathogenic Monilia (The Report of a Case of Early Hodgkin's Disease Secondarily Infected with a Strain of Pathogenic Monilia *). Ann Intern Med. 1932;6:72–81. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-6-1-72
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