The Microscope in its application to practical medicine

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Lindsay and Blakiston, 1867 - 320 pages
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Contents

Of making Drawings which it is intended should be Engraved j
12
On measuring the Diameter of Objects
13
To ascertain the Diameter of an Object
14
CHAPTER II
15
Of Washing Soaking or Preserving Tissues
16
Igniting the Substance in order to remove Organic Matter
17
Of rendering Soft Tissues Hard and Transparent
20
Of Colouring and Staining the Germinal Matter and Formed
24
Material of Tissues
24
Fine Pins 27 Saw 28 Hones 29 Strong Knife
26
Brunswick Black 31 Spirit and Water 32 Glycerine
30
Ok Cutting Thin Sections 92 Of cutting Thin Sections of Soft Tissues
31
Instruments for cutting Thin Sections of Soft Tissues
32
Gelatine and Glycerine 34 Solution of Naphtha and Creosote
33
Of cutting Thin Sections of Hard Tissues
34
Carbolic Acid and Water 36 Chromic Acid
35
Of making minute dissections and of dissecting under water
36
Of Injecting Tissues for Microscopical Examination
38
Turpentine Canada Balsam 38 Cells of various sizes 5
39
Transparent Injecting Fluids Prussian Blue Injecting Fluid
40
Washbottle 43 Animalcule Cage 5
44
Of the pressure required for successful Injection
45
On Injecting Morbid Growths
48
49 For making Blue Injection 6
50
Stirring Rods 54 Evaporating Basins 55 Watchglasses 1
59
The Microscopical Examination of Living Things 102 Of examining Living Bodies under the Microscope
61
Arrangements for keeping Living Bodies alive while under observation
77
On Examining Deposits krom Fluids 104 Test Tubes 105 Pipettes
78
Conical Glasses
79
Washbottle 108 Funnels Filtering
80
Cells for the Examination of Deposits
81
Methods of collecting a very small quantity of a Deposit from a Fluid
82
Of preserving specimens permanently
83
Of the new Binocular Arrangement adapted for the highest powers
86
Of Finders
87
CHAPTER III
88
Reaction 117 Specific Gravitysolids liquids
91
Evaporation and Drying
93
Incineration 120 Dialysis Colloids and Crystalloids
94
Microscope for Examining Substances immersed in Acids and Corrosive Fluids
95
Arrangement for Applying Heat to Objects under Microscopical Observation 06
96
Alcohol 124 Ether
97
Nitric Acid 126 Sulphuric Acid
98
Solution of Soda 132 Ammonia
99
Iodine Solutions
100
Method of applying Tests to Substances intended for Microscopical Examination
101
37 Tests kept in Glass Bottles
102
39 Capillary Tubes with Indiarubber tied over the top
103
Testing for Carbonates
104
Effects of Reagents on Animal Structures 142 Acetic Acid
105
Dilute Nitric Acid
106
Sulphuric Acid Hydrochloric Acid 145 Chromic Acid c
107
Effects of Alkalies 147 Potash and Soda
108
Of obtaining Crystalline Substances from the Fluids and Textures of Animal Bodies 148 Formation of Crystals in Animal Fluids
109
Influence of other Constituents upon the Crystallization
110
Separation of Crystals from Animal Substances 1 i
111
Of obtaining Crystals for Examination 1 12
112
Preservation of Crystals as Permanent Objects
113
Urea
114
Creatine Creatinine
115
Uric or Lithic Acid lit 158 Hippuric Acid
117
Lactic Acid lactates
118
Taurine Pulmonic or Pneumic Acid 11 1
120
Tyrosine
121
Fatty Matters
122
Cholesterine
123
Myelin
124
r66 Excretine
126
Crystallization of Bile
130
Of detecting Ammonia in the Breath J 170 Of detecting Insoluble Living or Lifeless Particles in the Breath 3
131
phere
132
Spectrum Analysis 172 Spectrum Analysis
134
Of Examining Substances by the Spectrum Microscope and of the Absorption Bands Seen
136
PART II
139
Granules
140
Globules
143
Of Elementary Parts or Cells 177 Cells 141
146
CHAPTER V
167
Examination of lilood
168
New Researches on the lilood Corpuscles 109
173
Removing Stains from the Hands
174
Blood of Lower Animals
175
Saliva 199 Examination of Milk
176
Examination of Serous Fluids 77
177
Sputum Vomit Faeces
179
Examination of Sputum
180
Of preserving Specimens of Sputum
181
Extraneous Substances in Sputum 207 Mucus
183
Sputum in Pneumonia 209 Sputum in Bronchitis 210 Sputum in Phthisis
185
Diptheia
187
Entozoa and Vegetable Organisms in Sputum ISS 213 Other Structures met with in Sputum
189
Examination of Vomit 93
193
Examinationof Matters passed by the Bowels
194
Discharges from the Uterus and Vagina
196
Pus Tubercle 217 Examination of Pus 19S 218 Microscopical characters of the Pus Corpuscle
198
New observations on the Pus Corpuscle
200
On the Poison or Virus of Contagious Diseases
204
CHAPTER VI
206
Collecting Urine for Microscopical Examination
207
Importance of examining the Urine soon after it has been passed and also at a later period
208
Importance of the Chemical Examination of Urinary Deposits
209
Matters of Extraneous Origin frequently met with in Urine
210
Of Urinary Deposits
211
Arrangement of Urinary Deposits
212
Vibriones
213
Torultc 232 Penicillium Glaucum Sugar Fungus
214
j Epithelium of the GenitoUrinary Passages
215
Spermatozoa
216
Trichomonas Vagina
217
Casts of Medium Diameter
219
Casts of Considerable Diameter 238 Casts of Small Diameter
220
Conditions in which Fatty Matter may be met with in Urine
221
Second Class of Urinary Deposits 241 Pus
222
Earthy Phosphates 243 Urates
223
Third Class of Urinary Deposits 244 Uric or Lithic Acid
225
Oxalate of Lime
226
Dumbbell Crystals
227
Triple Phosphate 248 Cystine
228
Carbonate of Lime 250 Blood Globules
229
Spherical Cells containing Nuclei and Granular Matter
230
Urinary Calculi 254 Formation of Urinary Calculi
231
On the Preservation of Urinary Deposits 255 Preservation of Urinary Deposits in the Dry Way
233
Preservation of Urinary Deposits in Canada Balsam
234
Method of Separating the Deposit from the Urine and placing it in Preservative Fluid
235
Preservation of Crystals of Triple Phosphate Cystine
236
CHAPTER VII
237
General Characters of Morbid Growths
239
Observations upon the Origin of Morbid Growths
241
Structure ok Morbid Growths 263 Fibrous Tumours
247
Cartilaginous Bony and Myeloid Tumours
248
Recurring Fibroid Tumours 266 Phlebolithes
250
Vascular Tumours 269 Cystic Growths
251
Colloid Tumours
252
Cholesteatoma
253
Rare form of Tumour beneath the Tongue of a Girl aged 25
254
Melanoid Tumours 275 Cancer
255
Examination of Morbid Growths
259
CHAPTER VIII
261
Entozoon Eolliculorum
262
Tape Worms Taenia Solium
263
Worm 2S1 Means of Procuring the Head of the Tape 282 Hydatids Echinococci
265
Trichina Spiralis
266
Bilharzia Hcematobia
267
Other Entozoa
268
285 Entozoonlike Bodies in the Muscles
269
2S6 Examination of Entozoa
270
Sarcina Ventriculi or Merismopcedia Ventnculi
272
Penicillium Glaucum 290 Achorion Schoenleinii 74
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Aphthae Muguet
278
Other Forms of Fungi 27S 297 Of the Mode in which Fungi gain Entrance into the System of Living Beings
279
Examination of Vegetable Growths 181
281
Suggestions for Taking Cases and Making Postmortem Examinations For Taking Cases
283
Preparing
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