Annual of the Universal Medical Sciences and Analytical Index: A Yearly Report of the Progress of the General Sanitary Sciences Throughout the World. [1888-1896.] ...

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F.A. Davis Company, 1890
 

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Page 24 - I read a paper before the New York Academy of Medicine, in which...
Page 18 - ... that the virus is present, whether there is disease of the udder or not; 3, that there is no ground for the assertion that there must be a lesion of the udder before the milk can contain the infection of tuberculosis...
Page 14 - Biology," that we give it in part as quoted by Mr. Greg : "The necessary antagonism of individuation and genesis not only fulfills with precision the a priori law of maintenance of race, from the monad up to man, but insures the final attainment of the highest form of this maintenance, the form in which the amount of life shall be the greatest possible, and the births and deaths the fewest possible. The excessive fertility has rendered the process of civilization inevitable, and the process...
Page 35 - ... cats, &c. The disease, however, rarely occurs amongst the domesticated carnivora. I was one of the witnesses examined before the Committee, and I stated that I had met with many cases of tuberculosis in the domestic fowls. The affected fowls often came under my notice under somewhat...
Page 18 - ... is disease of the udder or not; 3, that there is no ground for the assertion that there must be a lesion of the udder before the milk can contain the infection of tuberculosis; 4, that on the contrary, the bacilli of tuberculosis are present and active in a very large proportion of cases in the milk of cows affected with tuberculosis, but with no discoverable lesion of the the udder.
Page 24 - To construct, maintain and operate for the cities of Boston, Cambridge, Somerville, ^™ewers Malden, Chelsea, Woburn, and the towns of Stoneham, Melrose, Winchester, Arlington, Belmont, Medford, Everett and Winthrop, such main sewers and other works as shall be required for a system of sewage disposal...
Page 24 - Arlington, Belmont, Medford, Everett and Winthrop, such main sewers and other works as shall be required for a system of sewage disposal for said cities and towns, and for the cities of Boston, Waltham and Newton, and the towns of Watertown and Brookline...
Page 22 - ... a commissural collar around the tube, with a series of ganglia lying on the dorsal side of the tube, whose function is of a higher character than that of the ventral chain, and which give rise to no outgoing nerves, except those of such special senses as sight and smell.
Page 21 - ... having an eye near its introductory end, and, if the sinus does not quite open into the bowel, perforate the intervening tissue till the eye of the probe is distinctly seen in the rectoscope, and, leaving it there, I next introduce a lance-pointed probe, having also an eye near its end, about three-eighths of an inch farther from the anus, into the solid structure, and parallel with the fistulous track, till its eye is also seen penetrating the bowel in the opening of the rectoscope. The eyes...

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