E. PERRY MCCULLAGH, M.D.; H. M. CLODFELTER, M.D.
It is a little more than 10 years since undulant fever was recognized in parts of the world remote from the Mediterranean basin. Since then cases have been reported from many parts of Europe, Asia, and this continent. In 1933, 1,787 cases were reported in the United States and it seems highly probable that this was but a small proportion of the true total incidence. Among the complications of the disease the occurrence of meningitis has been described. Hartley, Millice, and Jordan,1 in 1934, reported a case of meningitis due to undulant fever in which the patient recovered. In their
MCCULLAGH EP, CLODFELTER HM. ENCEPHALITIS DUE TO UNDULANT FEVER; REPORT OF FOUR CASES1. Ann Intern Med. ;10:1508–1513. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-10-10-1508
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1937;10(10):1508-1513.
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