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R. O. NEUMANN, DR. PHIL. and MED.
? Assistant in the Hygienic institure in Würzburg

AUTHORIZED TRANSLATION FROM THE SECOND

ENLARGED AND REVISED GERMAN EDITION

EDITED BY

GEORGE H. WEAVER, M.D.
Assistant Professor of Pathology, Rush Medical College, Chicago

PART 1-ATLAS
With 632 Figures on 69 Lithographic Plates

PHILADELPHIA AND LONDON
W. B. SAUNDERS & COMPANY

COPYRIGHT, 1901, BY.W..R SAUSDEBS .&.COMPANY

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G41 4523 1901

INDEX OF PLATES.

niæ.

PLATE.
1. Streptococcus pyogenes.

Rosenbach. 2. Streptococcus lanceolatus. Gamaleia. (Diplococcus pneumo

A. Fränkel.) 3. Sarcina flava. De Bary, emended by Lehm. and Stubenrath. 4. Sarcina aurantiaca. Flügge. 5. Sarcina cervina. Stubenrath,

Sarcina pulmonum. Virchow.
Sarcina erythromyxa. Král.
Sarcina lutea. Flügge.
Sarcina aurantiaca. Flügge.
Sarcina rosea. Schröter, emended by Zimmermann.
Micrococcus badius. Lehm. and Neum.

Sarcina canescens. Stubenrath.
6. Micrococcus luteus. Cohn, emended by Lehm. and Neum.

Sarcina pulmonum. Virchow, Hauser. 7. Micrococcus tetragenus. Koch, Gaffky. 8. Micrococcus pyogenes a aureus. (Ros.) Lehm. and Neum.

(Staphylococcus pyogenes aureus. Rosenbach.) 9. Micrococcus pyogenes y albus. (Ros.) L. and N. (Staphylo

coccus pyogenes albus. Rosenbach). Micrococcus pyogenes ß citreus. (Ros.) (Staphylococcus pyo

genes citreus. Rosenbach.)

Micrococcus candicans. Flügge. 10. Micrococcus gonorrhææ. Neisser, Bumm. 11. Micrococcus roseus. (Bumm.) Lehm. and Neum. 12. Bacterium septieæmiæ hæmorrhagicæ. Hüppe. (Chicken chol

era, rabbit septicemia.) 13. Bacterium pestis. Lehm. and Neum. 14. Bacterium acidi lactici. Hüppe. (Lactic acid bacillus.) 15. Bacterium pneumoniæ. Friedländer. 16. Bacterium typhi. Eberth, Gaffky. (Typhoid bacillus.) 17. Bacterium typhi. Eberth, Gaffky. 18. Bacterium coli

. (Escherich.) Lehm. and Neum. 19. Bacterium coli. (Escherich.) Lehm. and Neum. 20. Bacterium latericium. Adametz. Bacterium hæmorrhagicum. (Kolb.) Lehm. and Neum.

(Morb. Werlhofii.) 21. Bacterium prodigiosum. (Ehrenberg.) Lehm. and Neum.

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