Original Article

Choline Salicylate: An Effective, Well-Tolerated Drug for Treatment of Rheumatic Diseases

Authors: FRANCIS J. SCULLY, M.D.

Abstract

It may be said without equivocation that the salicylates represent the basic treatment in the “rheumatic” arthritides, offering the best long-term results with the least untoward side-effects. But the intolerance of the gastrointestinal tract often limits its use. It is hoped others will substantiate the effectiveness and absence of ill effects of the salicylate reported here.

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