Journal of the Indian Medical Association  November 1953
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Journal of the Indian Medical Association November 1953




Solid masses of cells which were oval or round in shape strikingly uniform and closely resembling the stromal cells of the endometrium were seen distributed both in the wall of the uterus and the polyp. [...] (e) Size of the Uterus Enlargement of the uterus usually symmetrical was the main and constant finding in most of the cases. [...] If naturally adds to the credit of the toxoid that in spite of food shortages movements of population and air raids which prvailed during the war and increased immensely the difficulty of controlling infectious diseases the toxoid had prevented over 92 per cent of cases and deaths during the 7 years of campaign. [...] Virtually the cost of the toxoid is about the cost of the medium in which the toxoid is produced. [...] The clotted blood and the whole blood when cultured in the same medium without bile showed no advantage of one over the other but the addition of bile enhanced the value of clotted blood for culture.

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