. A practical treatise on medical diagnosis for students and physicians . ^^ ^ ^. Pus from putrid empyema. (Eye-pieceRhombic crystals of liaemin. (Charles.) III., obj. 8, A. Reiehert.) Shrunken leu- cocytes. Fat-crystals. (Von Jaksch.) Seropurulent Exudates. They resemble purulent discharges, chem-ically and morphologically. They point to antecedent inflammation. Putrid Exudates. The exudates are brown or brownish green incolor. The odor is penetrating and offensive. They are usually alkalinein reaction. On microscopical examination old leucocytes and crystals offat, cholesterin, and hsematoid

. A practical treatise on medical diagnosis for students and physicians . ^^ ^ ^. Pus from putrid empyema. (Eye-pieceRhombic crystals of liaemin. (Charles.) III., obj. 8, A. Reiehert.) Shrunken leu- cocytes. Fat-crystals. (Von Jaksch.) Seropurulent Exudates. They resemble purulent discharges, chem-ically and morphologically. They point to antecedent inflammation. Putrid Exudates. The exudates are brown or brownish green incolor. The odor is penetrating and offensive. They are usually alkalinein reaction. On microscopical examination old leucocytes and crystals offat, cholesterin, and hsematoid Stock Photo
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. A practical treatise on medical diagnosis for students and physicians . ^^ ^ ^. Pus from putrid empyema. (Eye-pieceRhombic crystals of liaemin. (Charles.) III., obj. 8, A. Reiehert.) Shrunken leu- cocytes. Fat-crystals. (Von Jaksch.) Seropurulent Exudates. They resemble purulent discharges, chem-ically and morphologically. They point to antecedent inflammation. Putrid Exudates. The exudates are brown or brownish green incolor. The odor is penetrating and offensive. They are usually alkalinein reaction. On microscopical examination old leucocytes and crystals offat, cholesterin, and hsematoidin are seen ; fission-fungi of various formsare also seen. (See Figs. 277 and 278.) Hemorrhagic Exudates. Hemorrhagic exudates contain red blood-corpuscles and hcemoglobin in large amount. Fatty endothelial cells arefound. Quincke states that when the glycogen-reaction is shown, ifthe fluid is from the pleura, carcinoma is pro])ably present. A positivediagnosis depends upon the discovery of the epithelial cells (see page691) which are seen in cases of cancer. Hemorrhagic exuda

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