H. ROESLER, M.D.; LOUIS A. SOLOFF, M.D.
The recent publications of Weiss1 and of White2 have added much to the existing knowledge of the symptomatology of left ventricular failure. Our case is definitely an example of this condition and is the source of added information regarding the pathologic alterations and roentgenoscopic diagnosis.
A 37 year old white man, a clerk by occupation, was admitted to the hospital on February 11, 1933. He had had scarlet fever in childhood, and influenza in 1918. There was no history of rheumatism or syphilis, and a physical examination five years ago was said to be negative. One and one-half years ago
ROESLER H, SOLOFF LA. REPORT OF A CASE OF LEFT VENTRICULAR FAILURE WITH UNUSUAL ANATOMICAL CHANGES IN THE MYOCARDIUM1. Ann Intern Med. 1935;9:477–487. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-9-4-477
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1935;9(4):477-487.
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