publication . Article . 1916

THE DIAZO AND UROCHROMOGEN REACTIONS IN PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS

A. N. SINCLAIR;
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  • Published: 22 Jan 1916
Abstract
This investigation of the diazo and urochromogen reactions in pulmonary tuberculosis was suggested mainly by an article in which Schaffle 1 pointed out, as significant features of his examination, the "difference in mortality percentages between the positive and negative cases and particularly the high death rate among those with a negative diazo and positive urochromogen test." Schaffle also referred to the original work of Weiss, who, after seven years of investigation, confirmed the observations of Koch that death invariably followed the persistent presence of the diazo reaction in the urine of the tuberculous. Weiss also refers to the frequent disappearance ...
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free text keywords: Medicine, business.industry, business, Diabetes mellitus, medicine.disease, Urine, Surgery, medicine.medical_specialty, Pulmonary tuberculosis, Diazo, chemistry.chemical_compound, chemistry, Contraindication, Mortality rate, Tuberculin
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publication . Article . 1916

THE DIAZO AND UROCHROMOGEN REACTIONS IN PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS

A. N. SINCLAIR;