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Page 325 - Dr. Theobald Smith, director of the department of animal pathology of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, as chairman.
Page 61 - ... and thrombosis. A rigid asepsis is absolutely essential. Sutures of bloodvessels must never be performed in infected wounds. It seems that the degree of asepsis under which general surgical operations can safely be made may be insufficient for the success of a vascular operation. It is possible that a slight non-suppurative infection, which does not prevent the union of tissues «per primam intentionem », may yet be sufficient to cause thrombosis.
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Page 410 - ... insect. Unlike many other parasites this organism is capable of penetrating the intact skin or a bacteriaproof filter, and hence it is probably an easy matter for it to pierce the tissue of the visceral organs of the mosquito. Whether or not Leptospira icteroides can survive and multiply only in the body of Stegomyia calopus and not in other varieties or genera is yet to be determined. Another interesting fact with regard to the extrinsic life of this organism is that it can multiply steadily...
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Page 671 - WILLIAM G. MACCALLUM. The pathology of the pneumonia in the United States Army camps during the winter of 1917-18. Plates 1-53.
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Page 671 - PUBLICATION THE ROCKEFELLER INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH AVENUE A AND 66TH STREET, NEW YORK, NY CONTENTS EBELING, ALBERT H.