Publications - Bureau of Government Laboratories Volume 22-27

Publications - Bureau of Government Laboratories Volume 22-27

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1905 edition. Excerpt: ...cells with a few neutrophilic and a still lesser number of eosinophilic polynuclears. The pulmonary sections are characterized by enormously engorged capillaries with some blood extravasated into the alveoli. In some places an increase of the interalveolar connective tissue is noticeable. Otherwise there are no important changes. The microscopic examination of the nodule found in the bladder shows it to have the structure of a subacute inflammatory focus, composed of connective tissue fibers, small mononuclears, and some polynuclear eosinophilics. Quite a number of bacilli are seen in this area. They do not retain Gram's stain; however, they appear smaller and more delicate than plague bacillus, and they stain more uniformly than the latter. Case No. 7. RIGHT Inounnr. Bvso. Necropsy Protocol No. 1000. July 5, 1904. Post-mortam examination, thirtynine hours after death, on the body of G. A., from No. 48 Valderana Street, San Nicolas; a Flllplno boy about 10 years old.. Post-mortem rigidity has disappeared and putrefactive changes are well advanced. The skin in the region of the abdomen shows green discoloration, as does also that of the neck. The right inguinal region exhibits a swelling about the size of a walnut, and here the boundaries of enlarged glands can be made out by palpation. On section, the tissues are found to be oedematous and slightly hemorrhagic. The glands are much enlarged and hemorrhagic; but theirpapsules can still be distinguished and they are well differentiated from the surrounding tissue. The latter is likewise hemorrhagic, but to a less degree. On the cut surface the glands of the right inguinal region appear mottled; dark-red areas predominate and alternate with grayish-white ones. Considerable turbid more

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