ALFRED S. SCHWARTZ, M.D.; BERNARD LIDMAN, M.D.
The simultaneous occurrence of typhoid fever and infectious mononucleosis has not previously been recorded in the literature. The case reported below is an instance of such coincidence.
Dr. I. S., aged 25, a member of the house staff of this hospital, was admitted to the service of Dr. Charles R. Austrian on August 29, 1937, complaining of malaise and sore throat of three days' duration. Except for a history of asthma in the father and hay fever in one brother, the family history was negative. The patient had the usual diseases of childhood without sequelae and a tonsillectomy
SCHWARTZ AS, LIDMAN B. INFECTIOUS MONONUCLEOSIS COMPLICATING TYPHOID FEVER1. Ann Intern Med. ;13:895–898. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-13-5-895
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1939;13(5):895-898.
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