JACK NELSON, M.D.; ROBERT M. CLYNE, M.D.; J. GEORGE SHARNOFF, M.D.
History: C. O., a 41 year old male, was admitted to Lincoln Hospital on November 14, 1944 with a five day history of chills and fever together with "red-colored" urine. Two days subsequently he began to have generalized aches and pains. On the day of admission he became increasingly weak, fell to his knees, and was brought to the hospital.
Physical Examination: The patient appeared acutely ill but alert and oriented. The temperature was 104.4° F.; the pulse was 120. The respirations were 40 per minute, and the blood pressure was 102 mm. Hg systolic and 70 mm.
NELSON J, CLYNE RM, SHARNOFF JG. BILATERAL SUBDURAL HEMATOMA—AN UNUSUAL COMPLICATION OF MENINGOCOCCUS MENINGITIS(BILATERAL SUBDURAL HEMATOMA—AN UNUSUAL COMPLICATION OF MENINGOCOCCUS MENINGITIS*). Ann Intern Med. 1946;25:862–867. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-25-5-862
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1946;25(5):862-867.
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