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Dr. J. M. Gomes, who recently lectured before the Sociedade de Biologia of São Paulo, stated that persons, especially children, who live in contact with lepers become infected by the leprosy bacillus, which lodges in the deepest tissues, thus causing a...
The eighth report of the British Empire Cancer Campaign shows important advances. The substance in tar which produces cancer has been isolated by Dr. J. W. Cook and his associates, at the Cancer Hospital, and found to be a chemically pure substance...
Previous reviews of this system of bacteriology have pointed out its reliability, its detail, its fine presentation and its practicability. The present volume opens with a discussion of bacteria in relationship to disease and follows with considerations of every possible aspect of...
Complete, primary removal of epitheliomas of the face, regardless of their apparent inactivity or the resultant postoperative deformity, should always be carried out, on account of their potential malignancy. When these lesions have been treated by escharotics or radiation and have...
This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. Abstract The aim of this booklet is to provide an introduction to the subject of biologic oxidation-reduction potentials. The volume is intended to be and is as...
One of the perennial problems confronting the pathologist is the etiology of gallstones. These calculi ordinarily consist of cholesterol alone or in admixture with bile pigments, calcium phosphate and adventitious iron in various proportions. The condition of the bile in the gallbladder,...
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Until recently the development of edema, such as is commonly associated with kidney disease, was ascribed as a rule to changes in the permeability of the blood vessels of the body. One hypothesis, for example, postulated an increased permeability of the capillaries secondary to toxic...
This textbook was written to supply nurses with potential knowledge of disease and disease processes and to furnish them with instruction in nursing care and procedure in accordance with modern practice. Each disease is considered as to etiology, pathology, symptomatology, diagnosis,...
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