The effect of dimedrol on the development of tuberculin reactions
Two types of reactions are produced in testing the sensitivity of tuberculous guinea pigs to tuberculin-either erythematous or hemorrhagic.
Dimedrol removes only the hemorrhagic component.
KeywordsPublic Health Tuberculin Reaction Dimedrol Hemorrhagic Component
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