The Archives of Comparative Medicine and Surgery: A Quarterly Journal of Anatomy, Pathology, and Therapeutics of the Lower Animals, Volumen1

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W. L. Hyde & Company, 1881
 

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Página 205 - Even if such milk did not possess such dangerous infective properties, its deficiency in nitrogenous elements, fat, and sugar, and the increased proportion of earthy salts, would alone render it objectionable as an article of diet. It has long been known that it was liable to produce diarrhoea and debility...
Página 212 - ... are understood to express, the morbific material by which a contagious disease is communicated from a diseased to a healthy person consists of minute organisms, called " disease-germs." In order that any particle may be rightly termed a disease-germ two things must be proved concerning it, viz., first, that it is a living organism ; secondly, that if it finds its way into the body of a healthy human being, or of an animal it will produce the disease of which it is the germ. Now there is only...
Página 183 - ... consent of the senate, three State commissioners of health, two of whom shall be graduates of legally constituted medical colleges and of not less than seven years' practice of their profession. The said commissioners together with the attorney-general, the superintendent of the State survey and the health officer of the port of New York, who shall be...
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Página 206 - Bellinger believes it to be of the utmost importance to urge upon all classes, and particularly upon farmers, the absolute necessity of taking every possible means of stamping out the disease among cattle. Meanwhile, some measure of safety may be secured by the rigid exclusion of all diseased stock from town dairies, a measure which forms a prominent feature in the programme of the recently-established Associated Dairy at Munich, where all the cows are constantly kept under skilled veterinary surveillance,...
Página 212 - ... of some other nature than bacteria), yet our present knowledge on the subject points towards the view that if microphytes constitute the contagia, they are probably bacterial. I need not enter further into the discussion of this question, especially as it has been so ably dealt with by many writers. I may refer especially to the writings of Nageli, Sir Thomas Watson, Professor Lister, Dr. Maclagan, and others. But it is well known that there is at the present time a very strong tendency to the...
Página 90 - From this education it has no wish to leave the flock, and just as another dog will defend its master, man, so will these the sheep. It is amusing to observe, when approaching a flock, how the dog immediately advances barking, and the sheep all close in his rear, as if round the oldest ram.
Página 181 - ... whose natural habitat is confined to the United States west of the Missouri River, have proved failures. Mr. Caton has succeeded well in hybridising the Virginian deer with the Ceylon deer and the Acapulco deer. The hybrids seem to be perfectly healthy and prolific, several of the hybrids from the Virginian deer and Acapulco buck having borne perfectly healthy twin fawns. On some cf the hybrids the metatarsal...
Página 205 - ... salts, would alone render it an objectionable article of diet. In fact, it has long been known that it was liable to produce diarrhea and debility in infants ; but though many children fed on such milk have died from tuberculosis, or a localized type of it in the bowels known as tabes mesenterica, the part probably played by this liquid in its production has rarely been suspected.

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