The Fundamental Data of Modern Pathology: History, Criticisms, Comparisons, Applications

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New Sydenham Society, 1900 - Cell Division - 266 pages

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Page 35 - ... to the blood than to the fixed solid. Secondly — in the second stage — they are more firmly fixed in the walls of the vessels, and, therefore, now without the influence of the circulating current. Thirdly — in the third stage — new elements appear at the outer border of the vessels, where they add to the texture, form a new product, or are liberated as an excretion.
Page 120 - Robert Hooke, Micrographia: Or Some Physiological Descriptions of Minute Bodies Made By Magnifying Glasses. With Observations and Inquiries thereupon (London: Martyn and Allestry, "Printers to the Royal Society,
Page 36 - August 29th. — The tongue of the live frog was distended in the ordinary way. After the observation had continued for half an hour, numerous corpuscles were seen outside the vessels, together with a very few blood-discs, in the proportion of about one to ten of the former. The extravasated particles were equally diffused over most part of the tongue. No appearance of rupture could be seen in any of the vessels. The corpuscles were generally distant about Omm>03 from their parietes. After the experiment...
Page 35 - ... colourless elements and protoplasma in the parts affected. At first — in the first stage — these elements adhere but slightly along the inner margin or boundary of the nutrient vessels, and are therefore still within the influence of the circulating current ; belonging, as it were, at this period as much, or rather more, to the blood than to the fixed solids.
Page 234 - York, 1890, viii, 551-562. On the Antiseptic Principle in the Practice of Surgery, Brit. Med. Jour., London, 1867, ii, 246-248; also Lancet, London, 1867, ii, 353-668. On a New Method of Treating Compound Fractures, Abscesses, etc., with Observations on the Condition of Suppuration, ibid., 326, 357, 387, 507.
Page 258 - The bacillus icteroides is a facultative anėrobe, does not resist Gram's stain, slowly ferments lactose, more actively glucose and saccharose, but is not capable of coagulating milk ; it strongly resists drying, dies in water at 60°, and is killed in seven hours by the solar rays, but lives for a long time in sea water.
Page 64 - Not only am I of the opinion that the contagions, such as variola, petechia, pest, syphilis etc. are produced by vegetable or animal parasitic entities, but also that many, not to say all, of the cutaneous diseases are due to the same...
Page 68 - Note sur sujet d'experiences prouvant que le charbon de la vache, inocule- aux lapins, les tue avec tous les phenomenes du sang de rate, sans que leur sang contienne aucune trace des bacteries,
Page 259 - All the symptomatic phenomena, all the functional alterations, all the anatomical lesions of yellow fever are but the result of the action, eminently steatogenic, emetic, and haemolytic, of the substance manufactured by the
Page 247 - The result, however, is favourable only when the injection is made within the first thirty-six hours of the disease. Up till now the clinic has not demonstrated sufficiently the efficacy of this remedy in the treatment of tetanus. Nevertheless preventive injections of the tetanus anti-toxin are indicated in cases of suspected wounds.

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