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Whipple’s disease is a rare chronic infection caused by the actinomycete Tropheryma whipplei. Patients commonly present with gastrointestinal symptoms. We present a case of classic Whipple’s disease complicated by a probable Jarisch–Herxheimer reaction following the initiation of ceftriaxone treatment.

Original publication

DOI

10.3390/tropicalmed7030040

Type

Journal article

Journal

Tropical Medicine and Infectious Disease

Publisher

MDPI AG

Publication Date

03/03/2022

Volume

7

Pages

40 - 40