An atypical, subfebril form of tuberculosis with general toximia, hypotension, pain, sueurs and extreme weakness ("worn out condition"). The conditions evolves very slowly (petraquerie).
- A. Jacquelin, M. Roman, M. L. Marolleau, R. Albouy, A. Detry:
[Atypical diencephalotropic tuberculoses.]
La Semaine des hôpitaux, Seprtember 30, 1953, 29 (58): 2825-2837.
- R. Burnand:
[What does the anatomical and pathological control of atypical tuberculosis teach us?]
La Semaine des hôpitaux, November 10, 1955, 31 (66): 3487-3492.
- A. Jacquelin, J. Duhamel.
[Atypical tuberculosis with gastroenterocolitic forms.]
La Semaine des hôpitaux, April 10, 1956, 32 (22): 1240-1252. French.
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