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" ... approximately one per two fields, and a culture shows an absence of hemolytic cocci, the wound is considered susceptible of secondary suture except when the wound has contained hemolytic cocci at any time. In that case careful cultures are made from... "
A Textbook of bacteriology - Page 762
by Hans Zinsser - 1922 - 1193 pages
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Transactions of the Section on Surgery, General and Abdominal of ..., Volume 70

American Medical Association, American Medical Association. Section on Surgery, General and Abdominal - Abdomen - 1919
...at any time. In that case careful cultures are made from granulation tissue and from the discharge from all parts of the wound ; and absence of hemolytic...cause virulent infection after closure of the wound. Technic: The preparation is the same as for delayed primary suture. LeMaitre distinguishes two varieties...
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Surgery, Its Principles and Practice: Supplementary volume. General ...

William Williams Keen, John Chalmers Da Costa - Surgery - 1921
...at any time. In that case careful cultures are made from granulation tissue and from the discharge from all parts of the wound; and absence of hemolytic...streptococci are prone to lie dormant in small numbers, and to flare up and cause virulent infection after closure of the wound. Delayed primary suture is...
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Surgery, Volume 7

William Williams Keen - 1921
...at any time. In that case careful cultures are made from granulation tissue and from the discharge from all parts of the wound; and absence of hemolytic...streptococci are prone to lie dormant in small numbers, and to flare up and cause virulent infection after closure of the wound. Delayed primary suture is...
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Oxford Loose-leaf Surgery, Volume 5

Frederic Francis Burghard, Allen Buckner Kanavel - Surgery - 1921
...granulation tissue and discharge from all parts of the wound, and absence of haemolytic streptococci established by two successive negative cultures before...cause virulent infection after closure of the wound. Lemaitre distinguishes two kinds of secondary suture, that of the superficial tissues and that involving...
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