10 LIBRI IN INGLESE ASSOCIATI CON «TUBERCULIZATION»
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, and Journal of Practical Medicine
The general pathological effects which tubercle causes, being only influenced in
an indirect manner by the organs affected, present an almost perfect identity in all
the species of tuberculization. The most common of these effects is a general ...
The Medico-chirurgical Review
Tuberculization in Children. 407 the same local action ; thus very frequently
occasioning the development of a secondary inflammation, of which the
frequency and characters vary according to the nature of the organ affected. The
Henry James Johnson, 1845
The American Journal of the Medical Sciences
In M. B.'s experience, in which he is supported by authority. no case of glycosuria
was preceded by tubercular consumption, the glycosuria always preceded the
tuberculization. The complication did not occur at the commencement of the ...
The Boston medical and surgical journal
The granulie of Empis is the tuberculization of Virchow ; the tuberculization of
Empis is the caseous pneumonia of the Germans. Galloping consumption was
admitted as designating the common, vulgar phthisis, having a rapid course ; and
Massachusetts Medical Society, New England Surgical Society, 1869
the medical times and gazette. a journal of medical science, ...
Gentlemen, — In my last Lecture I described the symptoms of acute
tuberculization. I hare to-day to speak of chronic tuberculization. With reference to
the general symptoms of the chronic forms of tuberculization I need now only
remark that no ...
A Treatise on tuberculosis
In children, also, sometimes numerous tubercles connect the intestines with the
abdominal parietes, or the liver and spleen with the diaphragm, the whole
abdomen being affected. Sometimes, on the contrary, the tuberculization is more
THE DUBLIN JOURNAL OF MEDICAL SCIENCE; VOL. XIX.
standing, it might well be possible for the power to coagulate the fluids in
circulation, to be a part of the process of tuberculization, this is yet scarcely
probable. If it were so, tubercle, which is the next common morbid product to pus,
ought to be ...
The Lancet London: A Journal of British and Foreign ...
According to hiui, tubercles are originally nothing but accpha- locysts, and
tuberculization, a name invented expressly, is the result of the destruction of
these animals. The author of the present paper has chiefly studiel the
development of ...
Infectious Fear: Politics, Disease, and the Health Effects ...
ing around 1908–10, of physical resistance as having developed through
interaction with the disease environment and then passing on genetically to
progeny. Tuberculization theory challenged racial essentialism and even natural
Samuel Kelton Roberts Jr., 2009
If it were really the proximate cause of tuberculization, it would be easy to
perceive the relation between inflammation as a cause, and the generation of
tubercles as an effect. This, however, is not the case. No one has proved any