The Journal of Medical Research, Volume 19; Volume 24 (Google eBook)

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American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists., 1911 - Pathology
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Page 523 - ... or by animal inoculation. One specimen contained a few acid fast organisms. The guinea pig inoculated from this specimen did not develop tuberculosis. In drawing conclusions from these preliminary examinations, the fact must be kept in mind that they are not selected cases, but are those taken from herds that were tested in regular work. The cows were kept under quite different conditions; some were in the best of sanitary stables and others were not. The number of examinations is too small to...
Page 49 - Prince4 suggests, that it is not inconceivable that as degeneration of the anterior cornua may cause myopathies without other symptoms ; so lesions of other special cell groups may cause osteopathies without other spinal symptoms.
Page 469 - 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 ($4.50) in other countries in the postal union* Contributions are accepted only with the understanding that they are not to be previously published...
Page 523 - The bacilli were largely outside of the tissue cells, lying free between the leucocytes and fat globules of the milk. In two specimens acid fast or timothy bacilli were present in very small numbers. They were decolorized with acidulated alcohol. Guinea pigs inoculated from these samples did not develop tuberculosis. If we exclude the two cases in which there was udder affection, tubercle bacteria were not found in any of the samples.
Page 555 - ... in numbers of irregular size. 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 ($440) in other countries in the postal union.
Page 522 - ... irregular intervals since 1907. The methods employed varied slightly with the conditions under which the milk was received. In all cases the milk was centrifuged. and the sediment examined microscopically. Guinea pigs were inoculated in a number of cases and always when the microscopic examination suggested that possibly tubercle bacilli were present. In many cases the cream was also examined. The mixed milk came from small and larger herds. The feces were collected after the method employed...
Page 522 - They received 2 cc. each of the sediment from the centrifuged tube. Sixteen of these were injected into the abdominal cavity, the others received the sediment subcutaneously. The results of these examinations were as follows: Of the 49 examinations of mixed milk, tubercle bacilli were found in one specimen microscopically and no inoculations were made. Later experience suggests that possibly these were acid fast organisms other than true tubercle bacilli.
Page 78 - This capsule is similar to that which is found around " suprarenal rests " within the kidney, but which are not changed into tumors. 5.
Page 523 - ... except in two cases, and these were samples of milk from the cows whose udders were affected. They were the only cows that showed any clinical evidence of disease, and at the time the lesions in the udders were not thought to be of a tuberculous nature. Tubercle bacilli were present in very large numbers in the milk from each of these cows. The bacilli were largely outside of the tissue cells, lying free between the leucocytes and fat globules of the milk. In two specimens acid...
Page 243 - ... 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 ($4.50) in other countries in the postal union* Contributions are accepted only with the understanding that they are not to be previously published elsewhere. Arrangements for reprints may be made with the...

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