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Suppression of prolonged fever during treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis: importance of using twice versus single daily dose of prednisolone.
  1. K. F. Chung,
  2. P. D. Snashall


    We describe the clinical course of a patient with extensive pulmonary tuberculosis, in whom fever persisted despite adequate anti-tuberculous and broad-spectrum antibiotic treatment. A once daily morning dose of prednisolone failed to suppress the fever, but a twice daily regime was successful.

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