Tropical splenomegaly syndrome (T.S.S.) in a European.


A case of tropical splenomegaly syndrome in a 66-year-old white man who had lived in Tanzania for 34 years is described. He had taken anti-malarial prophylaxis continuously and regularly. He had had malaria in 1955 but there was no history of alcoholism or jaundice. He was treated with proguanil hydrochloride and, after return to Tanzania, took paludrine as… (More)


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