A manual of pathology

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W.B. Saunders company, 1906 - Medical - 515 pages
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Page 479 - Other primary effects are distant ones in the form of paralysis, both motor and sensory, and generally on the side of the body opposite to the seat of the hemorrhage.
Page 129 - The stems are covered by several layers of cylindric epithelium, while projecting into the gland cavities are long slender ingrowths of epithelium, devoid of stroma, as seen in i. Very delicate ingrowths consisting merely of two layers of epithelium are seen at k and k. At I the epithelium is several layers in thickness, and at m many layers with leukocytes.
Page 137 - Cells with various receptors or haptophorous groups of the first order (a), adapted to combination with the haptophorous groups (/') of various chemical compounds brought to them. It will be noted that there is no mechanism by which the toxophorous elements of the molecules (c) can be brought to the cell.
Page 116 - Such odontomes may be considered as arising from an abnormal growth of all the elements of a tooth-germ — enamel-organ, papilla, and follicle.
Page 9 - The purpose of this volume is not that it shall attempt to take the place of the more voluminous text-books on pathology, but that it shall enable the student especially to rapidly acquire the salient points of a subject.
Page 186 - Hewetson). 1 to 10, inclusive, Tertian organisms; 11 to 17, inclusive, quartan organisms; 18 to 27, inclusive, estivo-autumnal organisms; 1, young hyaline form; 2, hyaline form with beginning pigmentation; 3, pigmented form; 4, full-grown pigmented form; 5, 6, 7, 8, segmenting forms; 9, extracellular pigmented form; 10, flagellate form; 11, young hyaline form; 12, 13, pigmented forms; 14, fully developed pigmented form; 15, 16, segmenting forms; 17, flagellate form; 18, 19, 20, ring-like and cross-like...
Page 139 - Combination of cell (a), amboceptor (6), and complement (c). The amboceptor may unite with the cell, but cannot affect it alone. The complement cannot unite with the cell except through the amboceptor, having no adaptation to the cell directly. might be shown by the occurrence of solution of the red cells. The experiments proved that, after centrifugalizing, the 'immune body...
Page 255 - Welch, is as follows: 1. Cover the preparation with glacial acetic acid for a few seconds. 2. Drain off and replace with aniline gentian-violet solution; this is to be repeatedly added until all the acid is replaced.
Page 342 - Catarrhal appendicitis is characterized by slight swelling and minute erosions of the mucosa. The muscular and serous coats will show slight infiltration and the lumen will contain epithelial and pus cells. In the necrotic or gangrenous variety the inflammatory processes are destructive. The mucosa is destroyed and the muscular and serous layers are soon attacked. The inflammation involves neighboring surfaces and a fibrinous peritonitis develops. This may be local, and by giving rise to adhesions...
Page 254 - HC1. 4. Wash in water. 5. Stain for eight to ten seconds in anilin-fuchsin solution. 6. Wash in water, dry and mount. The spores are stained blue, the bodies of the bacteria red.

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