10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PYAEMIC»
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Essential Pathology for Dental Students
o 3 C o 4-1 O 0) CO A, PYAEMIC ABSCESSES B,. 5. BACTERIAL INFECTION OF
THE BLOOD. This includes the following 3 conditions: i) Bacteraemia is defined
as presence of small number of bacteria in the blood which do not multiply ...
Lectures on pathology delivered at the London hospital ...
Yes, there is a well-marked pyaemic cachexia, a yellow colour of skin, with a
peculiar dead smell which is known as the pyaemic odour. Pyaemia is most
commonly preceded by suppuration in some part of the body, and often the pus
SRB's Manual of Surgery
For example, lung abscess causing metastatic abscess in the brain (common
example). 0 Presentation here is of features of focus abscess and of metastatic
abscess (localised features). Pyaemic abscess Q It is from any infective focus
On the relations of micro-organisms to disease
The question is answered instantly when we consider what constitutes pyaemic
pus. Pus is a definite anatomical entity, varying, like tubercle, within certain limits.
The pus from a pyaemic joint, may be indistinguishable by the microscope from ...
William Thomas Belfield, 1884
Detroit Medical Journal
If the pyaemic theory is accepted, why are the joints alone involved? Why are not
other tissues invaded?^ Why is the arthritis sometimes non-articular and
sometimes polyarticular? Why should the large joints be more liable than the
These are always pyaemic, and usually the source of infection is at the periphery
of the portal vein. Thus they are found after ulcer of the stomach, ulceration of the
intestine and fistula, operations for piles, suppuration, or ulceration of the biliary ...
George Alexander Gibson, 1901
The Therapeutic Gazette: A Monthly Journal of General, ...
Since the publication of Roch's labors on the_treatment of surgical infections, a
new light has been thrown on the nature of the pyaemic process. Roch has
succeeded in producing the affection artificially in rabbits, and showed that the
William Brodie, Carl Jungk, John J. Mulheron, 1889
Relations of Diseases of the Eye to General Diseases: ...
A pyaemic focus may develop in any vascular portion of the eye, but particularly
in the choroid and retina. It appears to be most frequent in the retina, probably on
account of the small size of the vessels and their being "end arteries." As a rule ...
Max Knies, Henry Drury Noyes, 1895
The Identification and Validation of Neural Tube Defects in ...
289704 Other venous comp of pregnancy/puerperium + a/n comp 289705
Obstetric air pulmonary embolism with p/n complication 289706 Obstetric blood-
clot pulmonary embolism NOS 289707 Pyaemic obstetric embolism 289708
Microbiology of Waterborne Diseases: Microbiological Aspects ...
Local abscesses and even pyaemia may occasionally develop as late
complications of a diarrhoeal disease. Serotypes that usually cause enteritis in
healthy adults may cause septicaemia or pyaemic infection in young or elderly
Steven L. Percival, Marylynn V. Yates, David Williams, 2013