FRANK A. RIEBEL, M.D.
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The symptoms which may be associated with menstruation are numerous and varied. The majority of them are plainly the result of the cyclic functional and structural changes in the genital tract; but occasionally the history suggests an allergic basis for the phenomena. Such a case is described here.
E. S., married, a white female aged 29, complained of frequent attacks of coryza; these began regularly the day before or the first day of her menstrual period. The initial symptoms were malaise and frontal headache, and these were followed by sneezing, nasal obstruction, chills, fever of about 101°, and
RIEBEL FA. ALLERGIC CORYZA AT MENSTRUATION FROM OVARIAN HORMONE1. Ann Intern Med. 1935;9:91–92. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-9-1-91
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1935;9(1):91-92.
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