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July 1951

Acido para Aminosalicilico y su empleo en tuberculosis infantil.

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By A. Allue Horna. Reprint from Rev. españ. pediat. 6:89 (Jan.-Feb.) 1950. No charge. Pp. 20, with 8 graphs and 5 figures. Independencia 25, Zaragoza, Spain.

AMA Am J Dis Child. 1951;82(1):110. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1951.02040040117021

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The drug was used in nine instances of infantile tuberculosis, including lung infections, adenopathy and meningitis. The results were equal to those obtained with streptomycin, with the added advantages that it can be administered by mouth and there are apparently no side effects that may be injurious to the child.

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