PAUL A. VAN PERNIS, M.D.; MIRIAM E. BENSON, S.B.; PAUL H. HOLINGER, M.D.
Medical interest in histoplasmosis (Darling) has been aroused recently by the increased number of reports published. These accounts indicate that this endemic disease has become more prevalent or that it has existed unrecognized. The difficulties encountered in clinical diagnosis of the disease are due apparently to the variety of symptoms presented by these patients. The specific organism has been isolated by cultures in only a few patients during life or from tissues post mortem. There is no information concerning the morbidity of the disease because all patients known to have had the infection have died. Little is known about the
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VAN PERNIS PA, BENSON ME, HOLINGER PH. LARYNGEAL AND SYSTEMIC HISTOPLASMOSIS (DARLING)(LARYNGEAL AND SYSTEMIC HISTOPLASMOSIS (DARLING)*). Ann Intern Med. 1943;18:384–393. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-18-3-384
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1943;18(3):384-393.
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