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CHAPTER PAGE I Anatomy and Physiology of the Lungs
The Cause of Tuberculosis
Changes in the Body Caused by Infection
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acute adhesions adult type amount artificial pneumothorax become bercle blood vessels body bronchi carbonic acid cause cells cent chest cavity chest wall condition cough course culosis detect diaphragm digestion discovered diseased area dyspnea early disease elevation of temperature exercise expectoration exposure extent fatigue fever fluid frequently given healing heat hemoptysis hygienic increase infected with tubercle infection inflammation larynx layers of pleura less living losis loss of weight lung lymph nodes means mental rest milk nerves night-sweats normal occur onset pain patient period phrenicectomy physical and mental physician pleura pleural cavity pleurisy pneumonia poisons present progressive disease pulmonary tuberculosis react to tuberculin reaction recovery resistance result ribs root sanatorium shortness of breath skin sleep sputum substances sunlight symptoms taken thing tion treatment tuber tubercle germs tuberculin tests tuberculous individual type of disease ultra-violet rays usually vitamins windpipe x-ray examination