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Page cxxii - (the villi) are, in a very bad case, all or nearly all left bare, and a very essential part of what constitutes the absorbing apparatus is completely destroyed. It is probable that the extent of this process of denudation determines the severity or mildness of the attack."
Page cxxvi - (the villi) are, in a very bad case, all or nearly all left bare, and a very essential part of what constitutes the absorbing apparatus is completely destroyed. It is probable that the extent of this process of denudation determines the severity or mildness of the attack.”
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Page cxxi - of Anatomy in the University of Pennsylvania, described an exfoliation of the epithelial lining of the alimentary canal, whereby the extremities of the venous system of the part are denuded, as being characteristic of cholera alone. In