The Journal of Medical Research, Volume 1; Volume 6 (Google eBook)

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Journal of medical research., 1901 - Pathology
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Page 488 - ... square meter per hour under the conditions indicated. Physiologic variations of not more than 10 per cent., and nearly always much less than this, may occur in either direction. In hyperthyroidism there is an increase up to 100 per cent. or more, according to the severity of the intoxication, which varies in different cases, and in the same case at different times.
Page 537 - ... Gilchrist's blastomycetic dermatitis are various manifestations of the same disease. 2. The condition in the skin possesses constant clinical and histological characteristics, which separate it positively from all other skin diseases, particularly verrucous tuberculosis, carcinoma, and syphilis. 3. The organisms...
Page 165 - Res., 1901, iv, p. 163) have lately described an organism, probably of the foregoing type, which was present in a tubo-ovarian abscess and in the peritoneal exudate. the blood, and some of the organs of a woman dying in the Lakeside Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio. The organisms were biscuit-shaped cocci in pairs, usually arranged in chains of four, six, eight, or twenty elements, and surrounded by a wide and sharply staining capsule. In the artificial cultures special capsule stains, it was noted, failed...
Page 537 - OTdiomycosis cutis for the disease as it occurs in the skin. 7. Aside from the infections considered in this communication, certain cases which have been described in the literature from time to time indicate that o'idium-like organisms may cause other severe pathological conditions in man.
Page 279 - A Study of the Bacteriology and Pathology of Two Hundred and Twenty Fatal Cases of Diphtheria.
Page 210 - Providence, in the examination of 2,375 cultures, about 1,000 of them from healthy subjects, verifies Wesbrook's observations, and concludes : ( i ) That diphtheria-like bacilli are more frequent in the nose than in the throat. (2) That there are diphtheria-like bacilli in the noses and throats of a large percentage of apparently healthy people. ( 3 ) That many morphological varieties of the B.
Page xiii - ... is supported by the American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists, the Boston Society of Medical Sciences, and other sources of strength. The first number contains most of the papers read at the annual meeting of the American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists in April, 1901. Succeeding numbers will be published as material accumulates, each containing fifty pages at least. Volumes will consist of about five hundred pages, and when one is completed another will be begun....
Page 299 - A volume will be limited to about five hundred pages, and when one is completed another will be begun. Subscriptions will be received for complete volumes only single numbers of the current volume can generally be obtained at special prices. The subscription price is four dollars ($4.00) in the United States and Canada; four dollars and fifty cents...
Page 210 - Bacillus diphtheriae, many morphological varieties may be recognized. 4. That the change from the granular or barred types to the solid staining types seems to take place under the influence of the body fluids of a person immune or becoming so. 5. That the virulence of the Bacillus diphtheriae seems to be correlated with its microscopic form.
Page 154 - ... rearing large numbers of perfect larvae from eggs which, without fertilization, are first treated with a weak solution of magnesium chloride and then transferred to normal sea-water. Carried out under rigidly controlled conditions, these decisive experiments show that the egg is capable of complete development, without union with a spermatozoon, as a result of chemical stimulus ; and they indicate that even in normal fertilization we must regard the stimulus to development as being given by a...

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