An immediate anaphylactic reaction to a single dose of penicillin occurred followed by a serum sickness-like reaction two weeks later without additional administration of penicillin or other drugs. This is the first report of both types of reaction to a single dose of penicillin, and it emphasizes the similarity between anaphylaxis and serum sickness.
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