The American Journal of Tropical Medicine

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Williams and Wilkins., 1921 - Tropical medicine
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Includes Transactions of the 16th-46th annual meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine.

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Page 183 - March 20 to 25, and that during the last week of March and the first week of April it passed up to latitude 45; but during March, a few individuals were found close to the Mississippi as high as latitude 44 30'.
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Page 20 - Domingo, acting under the authority and by the direction of the Government of the United States, declare and announce to all concerned that the Republic of Santo Domingo is hereby placed in a state of military occupation by the forces under my command, and is made subject to military government and to the exercise of military law applicable to such occupation.
Page 211 - Department of Medical Zoology, School of Hygiene and Public Health, Johns Hopkins University...
Page 99 - ... of infected individuals with other individuals who are susceptible; they are largely but not exclusively transmitted through the promiscuous sex relations defined as prostitution and condemned by society as harmful alike to the health, the morals, and the social progress of a people ; recent methods of therapy make practicable the shortening of the period of infectivity and improve the chances of ultimate recovery of the patient submitting to early and thorough treatment; once contracted, they...
Page 138 - FIG. 1. SCHEME OF CIRCULATION Arrows showing direction of blood and lymph flow and paths of migration of Ascaris larvae, including both theoretically possible and proved paths. For explanation of abbreviations see footnote on opposite page.1 1 Ao., aorta; Ax.n., axillary nodes; Br.a., bronchial artery; Br.n., bronchial nodes; Cap., peripheral capillaries; Car.a., carotid artery; Cerv.n., cervical nodes; Coel.n., coeliac nodes; PO, unclosed foramen ovale; Gas.n., gastric nodes; Hep.
Page 278 - Organisms growing in form of a much-branched mycelium, which may break up into segments that function as conidia; sometimes parasitic, with clubbed ends of radiating threads conspicuous in lesions in the animal body. Some species are microaerophilic or anaerobic; non-motile.
Page 154 - ... after further development and growth to a length ranging from about 1 mm. to about 2 mm. or a little more, commonly to a length of about 1.5 mm., they pass on into the intestine by way of the trachea, esophagus and stomach. Some larvae apparently are not delayed in the lungs more than a short time but return to the heart in the pulmonary veins, and are then distributed to various parts of the body in the systemic circulation. Larvae may be found in the peripheral lymph nodes as early as twenty-four...
Page 47 - Berkeley have had an additional six months to almost a year for the parasites to multiply or die out. Evidence for so-called spontaneous cure of such infections rests in the main on an inadequate number of stool examinations. The sequelae of such infections are varied. The dysenteric syndrome is only one of several manifestations. The clinical histories of cases of amebiasis may exhibit abscess of liver, lungs, or brain, inflammation of the appendix, enlarged spleen resistant to quinine, long bone...
Page 99 - Syphilis and gonococcous infections are communicable diseases due to identified organisms; their methods of transmission are known, and a practical laboratory and clinical technique has been worked out for diagnosing each of them ; they are widely prevalent throughout the world among individuals of every race, sex, age, and condition of people; they find their chief opportunity for dissemination in the intimate personal contact of infected individuals with other individuals who are susceptible; they...

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