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This is an exhaustive exposition of the diagnosis and treatment of gonococcal infections. In the treatment of gonorrheal urethritis the author dwells particularly on his own irrigation method. He believes that complications occurring with this method and the subsequent criticism are the result of mistakes. This does not prevent the author from describing other methods of treatment in detail. Instrumentation during the acute and subacute stage is decried with the exception of catheterization in case retention of urine cannot be relieved in any other way. A special chapter is devoted to the discussion of gonorrhea in the female. The author takes a conservative view of diathermy and specific and nonspecific protein therapy.
Diagnostic et traitement de la blennorragie chez l'homme et chez la femme. JAMA. 1929;92(22):1887. doi:10.1001/jama.1929.02700480077043
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