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On the possible relation of bacillary dysentery to non-specific ulcerative colitis

  • Abraham Penner
Clinical Medicine: Diseases Of Digestion

Summary

We have attempted to summarize and evaluate the data bearing on the relationship of bacillary dysentery to chronic ulcerative colitis. There is presented evidence suggestive of such a relationship which however is not sufficiently complete to be considered more than suggestive. Criteria for the evaluation of relevant data are proposed. The widespread distribution of endemic and epidemic bacillary dysentery is noted—a public health problem of great importance and magnitude. The tendency for acute bacillary dysentery to become chronic is discussed; it points to the necessity of carefully following all acute cases for at least five years in an effort more completely to study the relationship of these diseases to one another.

Keywords

Ulcerative Colitis Dysentery Bacillary Dysentery Chronic Ulcerative Colitis Specific Organism 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Abraham Penner
    • 1
  1. 1.New York

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