Woldman’s phenolphthalein test in intestinal tuberculosis
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271 phenolphthalein tests (Woldman) were performed on 206 patients in order to determine the value of the procedure in detecting the presence of ulceration of the gastro-intestinal tract.
173 patients with active pulmonary tuberculosis and 33 non-tuberculous patients were studied. 33 of the series had post-mortem examinations.
KeywordsPectin Gall Bladder Disease Lymphosarcoma Active Pulmonary Tuberculosis Apple Pectin
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