JOHN C. SHARPE, M.D.
Arthralgia has long been recognized as part of the symptom-complex of undulant fever. However, true arthritic changes associated with the disease have not been emphasized as a predominant feature. We have had the opportunity in the past few years to see several such cases, which form the basis of another paper1 dealing with these rheumatic manifestations.
The following case is of sufficient rarity and interest to warrant its individual consideration.
History. J. F., 25, white, male, grocery clerk, entered the University Hospital on December 12, 1934, complaining chiefly of pain and swelling of the knees. The family and
JOHN C. SHARPE. INTERMITTENT HYDRARTHROSIS ASSOCIATED WITH UNDULANT FEVER(INTERMITTENT HYDRARTHROSIS ASSOCIATED WITH UNDULANT FEVER*). Ann Intern Med. 1936;9:1431–1436. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-9-10-1431
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1936;9(10):1431-1436.
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