JOHN H. SEABURY, M.D.; HENRY H. DRYGAS, M.D.
In the past five years, histoplasmosis has been encountered with increasing frequency at the University of Michigan Hospital. In part, this may be due to a greater awareness of the disease, but this does not seem entirely to account for its increased incidence. Since December 1944, four cases of histoplasmosis have been diagnosed ante mortem at the University Hospital and variously treated. The present report is concerned with the treatment with penicillin of one of these cases, together with another case admitted to the hospital prior to 1945. None of these cases is included in the review by Parsons and
JOHN H. SEABURY, HENRY H. DRYGAS. PENICILLIN IN THE TREATMENT OF HISTOPLASMOSIS: TWO CASE REPORTS(PENICILLIN IN THE TREATMENT OF HISTOPLASMOSIS: TWO CASE REPORTS*). Ann Intern Med. 1946;25:340–346. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-25-2-340
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1946;25(2):340-346.
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