AUSTIN B. CHINN, M.D.
The use of sulphanilamide in the treatment of undulant fever has been recently advocated.1, 2, 3, 4 In the case herein described, features other than the disappearance of fever seem to make it worthy of recording.
C. R., a white male, aged 32 years, a department store executive, was first seen on May 14, 1938. He complained of chilly sensations, fever, sweats, and malaise. His
family medical history was unimportant. In the past he had been free from major illnesses, with the exception of an attack of polyarthritis during childhood. This was thought to have been rheumatic fever,
AUSTIN B. CHINN. TREATMENT OF UNDULANT FEVER WITH SULPHANILAMIDE; CASE REPORT(TREATMENT OF UNDULANT FEVER WITH SULPHANILAMIDE; CASE REPORT*). Ann Intern Med. 1940;14:921–924. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-14-5-921
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