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Page 344 - It is best to disinfect by filling the syringe and needle with a 5 per cent, solution of carbolic acid, or a .1 per cent, solution of mercuric chloride* before washing in pure water. The disinfection, however, is not absolutely necessary in this operation if the syringe and needle be kept thoroughly clean. Fill the syringe and place aside. To introduce the needle...
Page 41 - ... carries it from place to place, and from stable to stable, and infects one animal, may also infect ten or even a hundred if they come in contact with the poison ; and yet no one diseased animal is capable of reproducing the disease in another when the active principle or poison is absent. CAUSATION. Many theories have been advanced as to the cause of this disease. Some claim that it is due to ozone in the atmosphere ; others, that it is due to a microscopic animalcule ; others, that it is due...
Page 259 - We are dealing with a lesion of the motor cells of the anterior horns of the spinal cord, and, as it is obvious from the pathology that the harmful agent reaches these cells through the blood current, the relation of the arterial supply to the motor cells becomes of importance.
Page 299 - ... smear preparations, a few Negri bodies not within the nerve cells are seen, which have been forced out of the nerve cell as the smear is made. In searching a smear for Negri bodies, only those bodies within the nerve cells should be considered.
Page 370 - He recommends superficial scarification and applications of 1 to 2000 solution of corrosive sublimate, or a 5 per cent, solution of carbolic acid, or argent, nitrat.
Page 173 - The latter variety is perhaps allied to the feldspars of the pegmatite veins, as being due to the presence of a large amount of water in the magma.
Page 90 - He administers 4 to 15 g. of the powdered seeds in milk, to be taken on an empty stomach and followed by a dose of Castor Oil, as the remedy possesses no purging properties in itself.
Page 39 - The temporary canines appear about the fourth or fifth week after the temporary incisors are all in. The permanent teeth begin to come through about the third or fourth month; the lateral and middle incisors appear about the end of five months, and at the same time the second, i FIG.
Page 298 - Instead of using a cover-slip, another slide is placed over the small piece of tissue and gentle pressure is applied and the opposite ends of the slides are moved toward one another. The smears are then placed in absolute alcohol for two to five minutes, whereupon the alcohol is allowed to evaporate and the smears then stained. The stain as recommended by Van Giesen is used.