EMIL H. GRIECO; ARTHUR M. COVE
An increased occurrence of all types of contagious diseases may be anticipated incidental to the mobilization of large groups of men. During the year 1941, no cases of epidemic meningitis were seen in this institution, whereas from June 1942 through June 1943, 20 cases of this disease were treated here (Station Hospital, Fort Totten, New York). These cases were sporadic throughout the metropolitan area. Their scatter precluded epidemic consideration. No direct contact had been established between any two of this group of patients. Routine pharyngeal cultures of the men comprising the groups from which these cases had been isolated
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GRIECO EH, COVE AM. MENINGOCOCCI MENINGITIS—SULFADIAZINE THERAPY (REVIEW OF TWENTY CASES)(MENINGOCOCCI MENINGITIS—SULFADIAZINE THERAPY (REVIEW OF TWENTY CASES)*†)(MENINGOCOCCI MENINGITIS—SULFADIAZINE THERAPY (REVIEW OF TWENTY CASES)*†). Ann Intern Med. 1944;21:194–199. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-21-2-194
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1944;21(2):194-199.
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