A Text-book of Pathology

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W.B. Saunders Company, 1915 - Pathology - 1039 pages
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Page 302 - Inoculation of a pure culture of the bacillus or of chancroidal pus upon the skin of a certain species of monkey reproduces the lesion, from which, in turn, the original organism may be recovered in culture.
Page 644 - Victor, is said to have excommunicated him from the church, whether this took place at the end of the second or at the beginning of the third century...
Page 343 - ... reproductive elements. In cultures its colonies are similar in character to colonies of the microorganism in the lesions of actinomycosis. If colonies of the microorganism are immersed in animal fluids, such as blood serum and serous pleuritic fluid, the filaments of the colonies in immediate contact with the fluid may, under certain unknown conditions, become invested with a layer of hyaline eosin-staining material of varying thickness, and the filament may then disappear. Thus structures are...
Page 352 - 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 290 - Bacillus typhi, from an agar-agar culture six hours old, showing the flagella stained by Loffler's method ; x 1000 (Frankel and Pfeiffer).
Page 318 - The evidence at hand forces us to conclude that human and bovine tuberculosis are but slightly different manifestations of one and the same disease, and that they are intercommunicable. Bovine tuberculosis is, therefore, a menace to human health. We are not in a position at present to define positively the extent of this danger, but that it really exists cannot be denied. In the past there has probably been a tendency to exaggeration, but however great this may have been it does not...
Page 356 - ... kidneys, nor is it ever contained in the muscular tissues. The contents of the stomach may contain it, owing to the swallowing of the saliva previous to the paralysis of the throat. It affects principally the central nervous system, and it is found most certainly, and in the most concentrated condition in the medulla oblongata. The virus may be present in the saliva for at least three days before the animal shows any symptoms of madness, as proven by Roux and Nocard, and, perhaps, as long as...
Page 111 - SUMMARY. 1. Fat necrosis seems to be merely a special form of necrosis of fat tissue, differing from simple necrosis chiefly in the sharp limitation of the affected area, usually by a wall of leucocytes and later by connective tissue ; and the filling of the necrosed cells by the products of fat splitting.
Page 341 - Blow-holes in tensile test-pieces, even though they may be so small as to be invisible to the naked eye, diminish the strength properties. " The Effect of Testing Conditions on Shrinkage.
Page 383 - Apparatus. (a) Absorber. — An absorber of chemically-resistant glass conforming to the dimensions shown in Fig. 1. The larger of the two bulbs of the absorber shall be filled at least two-thirds full with pieces of chemically-resistant glass rod from 8 to 10 mm. in length and from 5 to 6 mm. in diameter, or with perforated beads of chemically resistant glass 5 to 8 mm.

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