Report of the Army Medical Department, Great Britain Volume 13. Books Group

Report of the Army Medical Department, Great Britain Volume 13
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Author: Books Group
Page Count: 136 pages
Published Date: 01 Mar 2012
Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: English
ISBN: 9781130492101
File Name: Report.of.the.Army.Medical.Department,.Great.Britain.Volume.13.pdf
Download Link: Report of the Army Medical Department, Great Britain Volume 13
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1873 Excerpt: ...which they easily destroy, though the hard bones and tendons resist them. They penetrate into the interstices of the loose connective tissues either directly, or are assisted by those forces which aid in moving the lymph. Coze and Feltz hove also made some spectroscopic observations on the blood of septicaemia which shows eome differences from healthy blood, but their causes are not made out. They have also tried to cultivate bacteria but have never succeeded in obtaining any fungoid forms, and their observations on this point are quite opposed to Hallier's statements. t "British Medical Journal." May 11th, 1872. X "Beitrage zun Pathol. Anat. der Schusswunden." Von Dr. E. Klebs. Leipzig, 1872. Klebs has seen this process in decaying teeth; the zooghea masses penetrate into the bony canals. This latter mode is very important. When the parasite passes into the connecting tissue interspaces the permanent cells are destroyed by the mechanical pressure; but in the spaces are found wandered white cells; the parasites pass into these wandering cells (which have come from the wound surfaces apparently, and contain often hsematoidin, p. 112), and then are traced into the lymphatic glands. A general infection of the system occurs very slowly in this manner, and the spread of the parasite-holding cells beyond the lymphatic glands is very difficult to prove. The parasite arrives in the muscles from the connective tissue spaces; then during the contraction of the muscular fibres, the spaces between them are widened, and neighbouring fluids are drawn by aspiration into the spaces; in the succeeding period of muscular relaxation the solid particles in the fluid are not driven out again; then occurs the wellknown interstitial myositis and pus bui...

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