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MEDICAL LITERATURE ABSTRACTS

MEDICAL LITERATURE ABSTRACTS INTERNAL MEDICINE culoid cases with deformities or with the reactions, of treatment was lessened. In efficacy lepromatous A Statistical of 1000 of Ob¬ Cases Study Leprosy the of reactions interfered with cases occurrence in served for Two Years. Rangoon Approximately in the clinical condition and bacteriol¬ improvement R. A. Lewis and R. Edwards. Internat. J. Leprosy as did of status, treatment. One- ogical irregularity 26:236-251 1958 (July-Sept.) [New Orleans]. third of all cases reached an inactive with stage, faded is in Burma. lesions in tuberculoid and indeterminate Leprosy widely prevalent According a or to recent there were smears for a in those of the 3,035 cases, inquiry segregated negative year and an estimated The status of cases, 21,379 unsegregated cases, lepromatous type. bacteriological unknown or a total of cases in remained 75,000 sta¬ cases, approximately lepromatous improved 87.2%, in in 0.6%. a of 17.5 million. In view of 12.2%, and deteriorated in 100,000 tionary population only the health the information and re¬ From public scanty conflicting viewpoint, early diagnosis opinions and the character of in in are stressed. treatment, garding leprosy Burma, 1,000 especially children, cases were studied at the skin clinic of the special General The data were http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

MEDICAL LITERATURE ABSTRACTS

JAMA , Volume 170 (11) – Jul 11, 1959

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1959 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
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1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1959.03010110091027
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Abstract

INTERNAL MEDICINE culoid cases with deformities or with the reactions, of treatment was lessened. In efficacy lepromatous A Statistical of 1000 of Ob¬ Cases Study Leprosy the of reactions interfered with cases occurrence in served for Two Years. Rangoon Approximately in the clinical condition and bacteriol¬ improvement R. A. Lewis and R. Edwards. Internat. J. Leprosy as did of status, treatment. One- ogical irregularity 26:236-251 1958 (July-Sept.) [New Orleans]. third of all cases reached an inactive with stage, faded is in Burma. lesions in tuberculoid and indeterminate Leprosy widely prevalent According a or to recent there were smears for a in those of the 3,035 cases, inquiry segregated negative year and an estimated The status of cases, 21,379 unsegregated cases, lepromatous type. bacteriological unknown or a total of cases in remained 75,000 sta¬ cases, approximately lepromatous improved 87.2%, in in 0.6%. a of 17.5 million. In view of 12.2%, and deteriorated in 100,000 tionary population only the health the information and re¬ From public scanty conflicting viewpoint, early diagnosis opinions and the character of in in are stressed. treatment, garding leprosy Burma, 1,000 especially children, cases were studied at the skin clinic of the special General The data were

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Published: Jul 11, 1959

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