WILLIAM H. MOSBERG JR., M.D.; JAMES G. ARNOLD JR., M.D.
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Torulosis of the central nervous system has been known for more than half a century and has been reported from almost every country in the world. As early as 1861, Zenker107 reported the case of a man who died as the result of a fungus infection of the central nervous system. It is possible that the causative organism in this case was Torula histolytica. Von Hansemann101 in 1905 reported a case of meningitis in which small gelatinous cysts containing yeast cells were present in the meninges. In 1916, Stoddard and Cutler's monograph91 established the clinical and pathological picture of torulosis.
MOSBERG WH, ARNOLD JG. TORULOSIS OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM: REVIEW OF LITERATURE AND REPORT OF FIVE CASES*. Ann Intern Med. 1950;32:1153–1183. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-32-6-1153
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1950;32(6):1153-1183.
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