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RM2CDB5TY. The practice of medicine; a text-book for practitioners and students, with special reference to diagnosis and treatment . Fig. go.—Larva oflucilia macellaria: X4.{Braun, after Conel.) Fig. 91.—Larva of muscavotnitoria {calliphora vomi-toria): below, of naturalsize; above, enlarged.(Leuckart.).
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. The practice of medicine; a text-book for practitioners and students, with special reference to diagnosis and treatment . Fig. 30.—Ovum of fasciolahepatica. 198 INFECTIOUS DISEASES measures may be indicated to combat the digestive and nutritive symp-toms, but these are in no wise peculiar. The Asiatic lung fluke inhabits the bronchial tubes of man, cat, dog,.
RM2CDBAB4. The practice of medicine; a text-book for practitioners and students, with special reference to diagnosis and treatment . Fig. 30.—Ovum of fasciolahepatica. 198 INFECTIOUS DISEASES measures may be indicated to combat the digestive and nutritive symp-toms, but these are in no wise peculiar. The Asiatic lung fluke inhabits the bronchial tubes of man, cat, dog,.
The practice of medicine; a text-book for practitioners and students, with special reference to diagnosis and treatment (1913)
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. The practice of medicine; a text-book for practitioners and students, with special reference to diagnosis and treatment . Fig. 8.—Anopheles piinctipennis—female,with male antenna at left, and wing-topshowing venation at left, enlarged. Fig. 9.—Culex taniorhynchus—female,showing the short palpi which distinguishculex from anopheles; toothed front tarsalclaw at right, enlarged.. Fig. 10.—Resting position of anopheles,enlarged.
RM2CDBD1B. The practice of medicine; a text-book for practitioners and students, with special reference to diagnosis and treatment . Fig. 8.—Anopheles piinctipennis—female,with male antenna at left, and wing-topshowing venation at left, enlarged. Fig. 9.—Culex taniorhynchus—female,showing the short palpi which distinguishculex from anopheles; toothed front tarsalclaw at right, enlarged.. Fig. 10.—Resting position of anopheles,enlarged.
. The practice of medicine; a text-book for practitioners and students, with special reference to diagnosis and treatment . Fig. iisa.—Tracings of Pulse of Aortic Regurgitation. valve segments, and the blood flows backward into the left ventricle duringdiastole. The ventricle, seeking to restore the balance, redoubles its energyand hypertrophies. The blood is thus driven into th» aorta with greatforce, distending the arteries to an extreme fullness, which, however, fallspromptly away, because of the backward flow into the ventricle at the sametime with the forward movement into arteries and ca
RM2CDB3CT. The practice of medicine; a text-book for practitioners and students, with special reference to diagnosis and treatment . Fig. iisa.—Tracings of Pulse of Aortic Regurgitation. valve segments, and the blood flows backward into the left ventricle duringdiastole. The ventricle, seeking to restore the balance, redoubles its energyand hypertrophies. The blood is thus driven into th» aorta with greatforce, distending the arteries to an extreme fullness, which, however, fallspromptly away, because of the backward flow into the ventricle at the sametime with the forward movement into arteries and ca
. The practice of medicine; a text-book for practitioners and students, with special reference to diagnosis and treatment . Fig. 121.—Epithelial Fig. 122.—Pus Cast.Casts and GranularFatty Renal CeUs. 123.—Blood Casts—{afterWhiltaker). The basic substance of blood-casts is most probably the fibrin of the blood.If the epithelium be firmly attached to the basement membrane of thetube and remain behind when the cast passes out, or if the tube be entirelybereft of epithelium, then is the cast a hyaline (Fig. 124) or structureless.
RM2CDB1K9. The practice of medicine; a text-book for practitioners and students, with special reference to diagnosis and treatment . Fig. 121.—Epithelial Fig. 122.—Pus Cast.Casts and GranularFatty Renal CeUs. 123.—Blood Casts—{afterWhiltaker). The basic substance of blood-casts is most probably the fibrin of the blood.If the epithelium be firmly attached to the basement membrane of thetube and remain behind when the cast passes out, or if the tube be entirelybereft of epithelium, then is the cast a hyaline (Fig. 124) or structureless.
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RM2CDAPBW. The practice of medicine; a text-book for practitioners and students, with special reference to diagnosis and treatment . mb and its persistent ap-proximation to the second metacarpal bone produces the so-called ape-hand. Simultaneously, or almost simultaneously, the interossei begin PROGRESSIVE SPINAL MUSCULAR ATROPHY 941 to waste, producing conspicuous depressions between the metacarpalbones, associated with loss of power to extend completely the terminalphalanges of the fingers. Atrophy of the lumbricales follows, producinga flattening of the hollow of the hand. The ultimate result is the