CHOLESTERIN ANTIGENS IN THE WASSERMANN REACTION AND THE QUANTITATIVE TESTING OF SYPHILITIC SERA

J. G. HOPKINS, J. B. ZIMMERMANN
1914 American Journal of the Medical Sciences  
390 HOPKINS, zimmermann: antigens wassermann reaction partially protrude it, and quickly pull it back, this continuing for four or five or more times before he could hold it out. The face could not be drawn up at the side voluntarily by either brother. The deep reflexes were exaggerated but no Babinski. No sensory changes, either objective or subjective. Finer movements, as in eating, etc., were impossible or most difficult. Ataxia in knee-, heel-, and finger-to-nose tests was well marked. The
more » ... s well marked. The patient could neither sit nor stand quietly. In this respect both patients resembled very much cases of Huntington's Chorea. Had incontinence of urine four or five times about ten years ago. He says his sexual power is not impaired.
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