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" (the villi) are, in a very bad case, all or nearly all left bare, and a very essential part of what constitutes the absorbing apparatus is completely destroyed. It is probable that the extent of this process of denudation determines the severity or mildness... "
Transactions of the Academy of Science of Saint Louis - Page cliv
1886
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The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, Volume 52

Medicine - 1866
...denudation of epithelium is the climax, and the order in which they occur. These important organs, the villi, are, in a very bad case, all, or nearly...constitutes the absorbing apparatus is completely destroyed. If only a considerable portion of a villus was denuded, reparation might doubtless occur by new growth...
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The Cincinnati Lancet & Observer, Volume 9; Volume 27

Medicine - 1866
...epithelial sheaths of the vihhi. * * • * These important organs, time villi, are in a vem'yb¿td case, all, or nearly all, left bare, and a very essential...the absorbing apparatus is completely destroyed.” 1)r. Beale has also, studied time changes in the “smaller vessels, and especially in time capillaries...
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Diarrhœa and cholera

John Chapman - History - 1866 - 248 pages
...Dr. Beale attaches immense pathological importance to this denudation. "It is probable," he says, " that the extent of this process of denudation, determines the severity or mildness of the attack. If the great majority of the villi have suffered, it is scarcely reasonable to consider recovery more...
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Notes on the origin, nature, prevention, and treatment of Asiatic cholera

John Charles Peters - 1867 - 200 pages
...stripped of its epithelial coating during life. These important organs, the villi, are, in very bad cases, all or nearly all left bare, and a very essential...denudation determines the severity or mildness of an attack of cholera. If the great majority of the villi have been stripped, it is scarcely reasonable...
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A System of Practical Medicine, Volume 1

William Pepper, Louis Starr - Medicine - 1885
...ilio-ciccal valve, has l>een stripped of its epithelial coating during life These important organs, the villi, are, in a very bad case, all or nearly...determines the severity or mildness of the attack It seems probable also that the epithelium may become detached in consequence of the almost complete...
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A System of practical medicine, Volume 1

1885
...it is probable that almost every villus, from the pylorus to the ilio-csecal valve, has been organs, the villi, are, in a very bad case, all or nearly...destroyed It is probable that the extent of this process stripped of its epithelial coating during life These important of denudation determines the severity...
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A treatise on Asiatic cholera

John Charles Peters, Ely McClellan, John Brown Hamilton, George Miller Sternberg - Cholera - 1885 - 403 pages
...These ¡m|K>rtunt organs, the villi, are, in a very had case, all or nearly all left bare, anda ven- essential part of what constitutes the absorbing apparatus...determines the severity or mildness of the attack. ... It seems probable also that the epithelium may become detached in consequence of the almost complete...
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Cholera: its origin, history, causation, symptoms, lesions, prevention, and ...

Alfred Stillé - Cholera - 1885 - 160 pages
...the ilio-cscal valve, has been stripped of its epithelial coating during life These important organs, the villi, are, in a very bad case, all, or nearly all, left bare, and a very essential 1 1 Med. Times and Gazette, Aug., 1866, p. 109. part of what constitutes the absorbing apparatus is...
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A Treatise on Asiatic cholera

Edmund Charles Wendt - Cholera - 1885 - 403 pages
...¡i very essential part of what constitutes the absorbing apparatus is completely dest rayed. . . . It is probable that the extent of this process of denudation determines the severity or mild ness of the attack. . . . It seems probable also that the epithelium may become detached in consequence...
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