WILLIAM E. OGDEN, M.D.
In the "Annals" of October, 1930, Part I11 of this paper gave ten points for guidance in the use of serology for diagnosis in tuberculosis, together with certain limitations. I included histories of ten examples of Tb suspects in which, at first examination no positive diagnosis could be made by any of the usual methods of clinical history, p.s. (physical signs), examination of sputum or stereo-X ray films (where obtainable). In each of these, examination of the blood serum indicated the diagnosis for or against tubercle, which diagnosis was later proved correct by positive sputum or X-ray stereograms, etc. None
OGDEN WE. The Diagnosis of Pre-Clinical Tubercle in Suspects and Contacts by Caulfeild's Inhibitive and the T.C.F. Clinical Application:: Part II. Graphs and X-Rays*. Ann Intern Med. 1931;4:1551–1568. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-4-12-1551
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