FRANK W. REYNOLDS, M.D.
A study of the effect of penicillin in various forms of neurosyphilis was begun at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in October 1943. The results of the first two years' experience are being reported in a series of papers. The first of these1 dealt with the treatment of asymptomatic neurosyphilis, the second2 with general paresis, and the third3 with Erb's spastic paraplegia. The present paper, the fourth of the series, is concerned with the changes in the cerebrospinal fluid abnormalities in various types of symptomatic neurosyphilis considered as an admittedly conglomerate whole.
Although there are disadvantages in grouping together such widely
REYNOLDS FW. PENICILLIN IN THE TREATMENT OF NEUROSYPHILIS. IV. CEREBROSPINAL FLUID CHANGES IN CASES OF SYMPTOMATIC NEUROSYPHILIS(PENICILLIN IN THE TREATMENT OF NEUROSYPHILIS. IV. CEREBROSPINAL FLUID CHANGES IN CASES OF SYMPTOMATIC NEUROSYPHILIS*). Ann Intern Med. 1947;26:393–404. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-26-3-393
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1947;26(3):393-404.
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