ALLEN K. KRAUSE
The time-limits set for the presentation of this address have led the author to restrict his attention to a particular type or group of chronic infectious processes rather than to attempt a synoptic discussion of certain broad features, mainly etiological, of chronic infections in general, the purpose that inspired the original title of his paper.
This particular group of chronic infections involves the lungs. It represents processes that are essentially focal, that is, localized. Its etiology is dubious, save that this is certainly non-tuberculous and its pathology, for months, years and even decades, may be no less dubious. Its consequences
KRAUSE AK. Remarks on Chronic Infections*. Ann Intern Med. 1930;4:455–461. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-4-5-455
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