The Commoner Diseases: Their Causes and Effects

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J.B. Lippincott, 1915 - Pathology - 424 pages
 

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Contents

Aneurisms of the Larae Arteries Wounds and Lacera tions of the Heart and the Aorta
99
Embolic Processes in the Lunas
114
Intestinal Infarction Thrombosis of the Portal Vein Pylephlebitis
122
Septicemia and Pyemia Osteomyelitis Puerperal Endo metritis Meningitis
128
Lobar Pneumonia Pulmonary Emphysema
143
Position of Ribs in the Emphysematous Thorax
153
Lengthening of the Anteroposterior Diameter of the Thorax in Em physema
154
Diphtheria Lobular Pneumonia Scarlet Fever
156
Lobular Pneumonia
158
Necrotic Angina Following Scarlatina
161
Acute Interstitial Nephritis in Scarlatina
162
Typhoid Fever Dysentery
164
Lower End of the Ileum from a Case of Typhoid
165
Typhoid Ulcers the Bases of which have become Nearly Smooth
166
Necrosing Inflammation in the Mucosa of the Large Intestine
171
Dysenteric Ulcers in the Large Intestine
172
Appendicitis
174
Multiple Primary Infection Beginning Inflammation in the Wall of Appendix
175
Commencing Ulcerative Stage of Appendicitis
176
Phlegmonousulcerative Appendicitis
179
Phlegmonousulcerative Appendicitis Localized at the Distal End
180
Appendicitis Stage of Healing
182
Pulmonary Tuberculosis
185
Tuberculous Peribronchitis
186
Tuberculous Peribronchitis
187
Pulmonary Tuberculosis with Extensive Cicatrization
188
Pulmonary Tuberculosis Apical Cavity and Caseous Broncho pneumonia
190
Pulmonary Tuberculosis Caseous Pneumonia
191
Pulmonary Tuberculosis Cavities in Upper and Lower Lobes
192
Tuberculous Ulceration in the Larynx and the Trachea
193
Tuberculous Ulceration in the Larynx
194
Tuberculous Ulceration in the Intestine Mild Grade
196
Fatty Liver Moderate Grade
199
Metastatic and Acute Generalized Miliary Tuberculosis
202
Multiple Tubercles in the Brain
203
Lung of a Child with Metastatic Tuberculosis
204
Cut Surface of a Spleen Studded with Tuberculous Foci
205
Metastatic Tuberculosis of the Liver
206
Section Through Caseous Bronchial and Tracheal Lymphnodes
207
Epithelioid Cell Tubercles in a Lymphnode
208
Miliary Tuberculosis in the Lung
212
Miliary Tuberculosis in the Lung
213
Tubercle in the Pulmonary Vein
214
Tuberculosis in the Thoracic Duct
215
Tuberculosis of the Genitourinary System
218
Tuberculosis in the Urinary Bladder
219
Advanced Tuberculosis Affecting the Bladder Left Kidney and Ureter
223
Almost Total Destruction of the Kidney by Tuberculosis
225
Tuberculosis in the Testis
226
Tuberculosis in the Tube
227
Tuberculosis in the Uterus
228
Tuberculosis of the Bones and Joints Amyloidosis
230
Tuberculosis in a Bone
231
Tuberculosis in the Spinal Column
232
Wedgeshaped Area of Tuberculous Necrosis
233
Sago Spleen
235
Amyloid Kidney
236
Amyloid Degeneration of the Liver
237
Amyloid Degeneration of Glomeruli in the Kidney
238
Guttate Hyaline Degeneration of the Renal Epithelium
239
Syphilitic Endo and Perivasculitis
250
Syphilitic Osteochondritis
251
Syphilitic Ossifying Periostitis Humerus of a Child
252
Dementia Paralytica Neurofibromatosis
254
Chronic Leptomeningitis and Atrophy of the Brain in Progressive Gen eral Paralysis
255
Leptomeningitis Perivascular Cellular Infiltration and Disappear ance of Nervefibres in the Costex in Progressive General Paralysis
256
Multiple Fibromata in the Skin
259
Nerves of the Cauda Equina Containing Multiple Neurofibromata
260
Bundle of Nervefibres Interrupted by a Fibrous Nodule
261
Tumors of the Central Nervous System
263
Frontal Section Through the Brain
264
Glioma
265
Sarcoma on the Inferior Aspect of the Right Frontal Lobe
266
Fibroma of the Auditory Nerve Occupying the Cerebellopontine Angle
268
Papilloma of the Fourth Ventricle
269
Endothelioma of the Dura Mater
270
Sarcoma of the Bones Melanoma
272
Peripheral Sarcoma in the Lower End of the Femur
273
Peripheral Sarcoma in a Long Bone
274
Spindlecell Sarcoma
275
Chondrosarcoma
276
Pigmented Mole
278
Melanoma
279
Mammary Carcinoma Carcinoma of the Skin Carcino aenesis
281
Primary Carcinoma of the Pleura and the Luna Carci noma of the Esophagus and the Upper Respiratory Passaaes Gangrene of the Luna
292
Gastric Ulcer Carcinoma of the Stomach and Intestine
301
Jaundice Cholelithiasis and Cholecystitis Carcinoma of the GallBladder
316
Carcinoma of the Prostate Osteoplastic Carcinosis Pros tatic Hypertrophy and its Consequences
326
Carcinoma and Chorioepithelioma of the Uterus
340
Lymphchannels and Lymphnodes of the Uterus
344
Extension of a Uterine Cancer to the Bladder
345
Chorioepithelioma of the Uterus
347
Typical Chorioepithelioma of the Uterus
348
Placental Polyp
349
Hydatiform Mole
350
Hydatiform Mole
351
Atrophy and Cirrhosis of the Liver Conaestion and Re aeneration and Chronic Perihepatitis Iced Liver
353
Atrophic Cirrhosis of the Liver External Surface
356
Atrophic Cirrhosis of the Liver Cut Surface
357
Atrophic Cirrhosis of the Liver
358
Varicose Dilatation of Veins in the Esophagus and the Stomach
359
Congestion Atrophy and Regeneration in the Liver
369
Pancreatitis Necrosis of the Pancreas and Fat Necrosis Diabetes
372
Pancreatic Cirrhosis
376
Island of Langerhans normal Surrounded by Secretory Parenchyma
377
Hydropic and Hyaline Degeneration of an Island of Langerhans in Diabetes
378
Glycogen in the Cells of Henles Loop
381
Brights Disease
383
Cloudy Swelling and Fatty Degeneration in the Epithelium of the Convoluted Tubules
384
Acute Glomerulonephritis
388
Chronic Glomerulonephritis
389
Chronic Glomerulonephritis
390
Primary Contracted or Red Granular Kidney
393
Primary Contracted Kidney
394
Primary Contracted Kidney
395
Section Through the Lower Epiphysis of a Rhachitic Femur
399
Rhachitib and Osteomalacia
400
Deficient Calcification of Trabecular in an Osteophyte from the Skull
402
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Page 398 - ... changes in the kidney are still insignificant. I therefore consider it possible, nay, even probable, that in the case of the primary contracted kidney the heightened blood-pressure is not produced, or at least not solely produced, by the condition of the kidney, but rather by extrarenal causes.
Page 397 - Bright's disease. Investigating this question, I found that the degree of cardiac hypertrophy can depend neither upon the variety nor the severity of the renal lesion ; furthermore, the enlargement is present while the changes in the kidney are still insignificant.
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