10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENDAMOEBAE»
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The Western Dental Journal
ing from their investigation that the endamoebae was a specific cause of
pyorrhea, because this animal phagocyte, as it has been found to be, they
thought caused the disease, and knowing that emetin hydrochloride was an
amoebacide they ...
The American Journal of Tropical Medicine
The differences between the endamoebae of naturally infected pigs are
discussed and it is concluded that E. polecki Prowazek 1912 should be the name
applied to the amoeba forming mononucleate cysts and that E. dysenteriae
Original. Communications. The. Endamoebae. and. Pyorrhea. Alveolaris. By
PERCY R. HOWE, A.B., D.D.S.. Boston, Mass. (Research Laboratory of the
Forsyth Dental Infirmary, Boston, Mass.) Fro. 1. Oral endamffibse, with vacuoles.
J. D. White, John Hugh McQuillen, George Jacob Ziegler, 1916
Dr. Howe and the Forsyth Infirmary
Did the mouths of the children of the Infirmary contain endamoebae? If so, in
what pursuits were these organisms engaged? Could they be regarded as the
cause of pyorrhea? These were some of the questions that claimed him. The
As above stated, forty-six patients have been found by us to harbor, without a
single exception, actively moving endamoebae in the contents of pyorrhea
pockets. In only one case were the parasites apparently absent on the first
Pennsylvania State Dental Society, 1912
Puerto Rico Journal of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
Kitten No. 9: E. histolytica culture from human carrier, No. 481. No dysenteric
symptoms; no trophozoites found, though repeated examinations revealed
occasional rounded, nonmotile form of Endamoebae which grew in culture.
Transactions of the Panama Pacific Dental Congress: Held at ...
This statement was based on the examination of 46 cases, in all of which motile
endamoebae were found. In September of the same year Drs. Bass and Johns, of
Tulane Medical College, New Orleans, reported 86 cases of unmistakable ...
Rodrigues Ottolengui, 1915
American Druggist and Pharmaceutical Record
The presence of amoebae in the mouth is not conclusive evidence of pyorrhea,
for the normal presence of amoebae, or more properly endamoebae, in the
mouth has long been recognized. Some investigators have assumed them
Proceedings of the United States National Museum
Chen and Stabler, 1935, found that the endamoebae parasitic in the opalinids
have a very wide geographical distribution. This is but an abstract. See Chen and
Stabler, 1936, for full publication. Stabler and Chen, 1936, described in some ...
United States National Museum, 1941
Reference may here be made to certain criticisms of the writers' attitude as to the
pathogenic importance of these oral endamoebae. Questions are asked—why,
when so many other workers have noted the presence of endamoebae in the ...