A Text-book of Pathology: With a Final Section on Post-mortem Examinations and the Methods of Preserving and Examining Diseased Tissues
1999. Gift of Dr. George R. Wilkinson, Jr., from the collection of Dr. Davis.
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Page 704 - ... from the size of a pin's head to that of a pea ; scattered through a large body of sand or clay ; and in this state it is called by the Mandingoes sanoo munko,
Page 945 - While some terminate in the gray matter in the immediate vicinity of their cells of origin, it is the axones that make up the bulk of the white matter of the brain, cord, and peripheral nerves.
Page 980 - The tumor was composed of fusiform cells, of nerve ganglion cells, of tubules and acini lined with cylindrical epithelium, .and of more irregular spaces filled with large polygonal cells. Coats' describes a tumor, three inches in diameter, growing into the third ventricle, the aqueduct of Sylvius, and the fourth ventricle. It was composed of fusiform cells, of tubules lined with cylindrical epithelium, of irregular masses of epithelium, of cartilage, and of smooth muscle. Hypertrophy with cystic...
Page 796 - ... between the anterior wall of the rectum and the posterior wall of the vagina. The swollen ovary feels like an enlarged gland, is convex, and sometimes throbs and pulsates beneath the finger.
Page 943 - Nissl method from the standpoint of pathology lies in the fact that when subjected to a given technique, a given type of nerve cell presents always the same appearance, and that this appearance furnishes a norm of comparison with cells showing pathological changes which have been subjected to the same technique.
Page i - A Handbook of Pathological Anatomy and Histology with an Introductory Section on Post-Mortem Examinations and the Methods of Preserving and Examining Diseased Tissues, by Francis Delafield, MD. LL. D., Emeritus Professor of the Practice of Medicine. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University. New York, and T. Mitchell Prudden, MD, LL.
Page 307 - They occur in and between the epithelial cells of the epidermis and free in the superficial lymph vessels and spaces of the corium. The great majority of the bodies vary from two to seven microns in diameter, and stain delicately but sharply with methylene blue. They form a series of bodies, including the formation of definite rosettes with numerous...
Page 907 - They are most frequently found in the knee ; next in order of frequency in the elbow, hip, ankle, shoulder, and maxillary joints. They may be single or in hundreds. Their size varies from that of a pin's head to that of the patella. They are polypoid, rounded, egg-shaped, or almondshaped ; their surface is smooth or faceted, or rough and mulberry-like. They are composed of fibrous tissue, cartilage, and boiie iu various proportions.