J. W. SAVACOOL, M.D., F.A.C.P.; RAY P. LANDES, M.D.
The purpose of this report is to call attention to another case of agammaglobulinemia in an adult, to emphasize a few of the features of this interesting process, and to add to the accumulating data with respect to its association with various relatively common pathologic processes.
A 38 year old white male clerk was admitted to Grand View Hospital May 29, 1954, with an 18 month history of recurrent episodes of fever, chills, sweats, coughs, expectoration, bilateral anterior chest pain and weakness.
As a child he had apparently had good health, having had only measles. At about the
SAVACOOL JW, LANDES RP. AGAMMAGLOBULINEMIA IN ADULTS1. Ann Intern Med. ;46:628–637. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-46-3-628
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1957;46(3):628-637.
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