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The Indian Journal of Medical Research January 1923

1923

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In three of the experiments the urine of the normalW. [...] urine compared with that of the normal kidney urine is as 1 : 1.3 ; in Series 2 in which the gut and liver are included in the circulation and the diuretic is therefore more dispersed the arterial blood therefore is less strong (A) compared with the renal afferent vein blood (AP) than in the last Exp. [...] relative to that of the renal afferent vein blood (AP) and the urine strengths are despite the inclusion of the liver and gut in the circulation again as 1 : 13 ; in Series 4 sodium sulphate (no nitrogen) was the diuretic and one leg was excluded from the circulation (i.e. [...] „ „ „ ] Thus the other results being normal the ligatured kidney urine of this experiment is slightly weaker in chloride as well as in nitrogen when compared with the urine of the normal kidney. [...] „ ' „ „ ] The results of this experiment are therefore remarkable in that the urine of the ligatured kidney is stronger both in nitrogen and chloride and less in amount compared with that of the normal.

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Frontmatter i-vi The Director General, Indian Medical Service

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The Ligaturing of One Renal-Portal Vein in the Living Frog—A Repetition and Extension of the Experiments of Gurwitsch 595-612 W.N.F. Woodland

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Bacteriological and Laboratory Technique. Section VIII 613-664 W.F. Harvey

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The Diagnosis of Hookworm Infection.* 665-686 K.S. Mhaskar

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Note on the Salivary Glands and Sucking Apparatus of Cimex Rotundatus 687-691 J.W. Cornwall

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Some Observations on Tubercle Bacilli in Culture with Special Reference to the Properties of an Endolipase 692-697 R. Row

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The Structure and Development of the Female Genital Organs and Hypopygium of the Mosquito 698-720 S.R. Christophers

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Herpetomonas Ctenocephali Fantham; Some Observations on Its Life History and Reactions to Different Environments 721-738 H.E. Shortt

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Increase of Dose as a Method of Making Use of Old Vaccine 739-741 W.F. Harvey, K.R.K. Iyengar

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Notes on Some Indian Species of the Genus Phlebotomus 742-753 The Director General, Indian Medical Service

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Small-Pox Vaccination in Java 754-758 W.F. Harvey, S.R. Christophers

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Malaria Research and Preventive Measures Against Malaria in the Federated Malay States and in the Dutch East Indies 759-771 S.R. Christophers, W.F. Harvey

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A Revision of the Culicine Mosquitoes of India 772-xxxii P.J. Barraud

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On the Transmission of Plague by Fleas of the Genus Xenopsylla 789-820 L. Hirst

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A Note on the Correlation Between Humidity and the Intensity of Hookworm Infection in Southern India 821-824 K.S. Mhaskar

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A Note on Pseudo-Tracheal Teeth in the ‘Eye-Fly’ (Siphunculina Funicola De Meijere) 825-i Ronald Senior-White

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Descriptive Terminology of Male Genitalic Characters of Mosquitoes 827-835 S.R. Christophers, P.J. Barraud

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Note on Iron Haematoxylin Staining 836-836 H.E. Shortt

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The Reduction of Amino-Acids Into Simpler Natural Bases (Amines) by the B. Dysentericae (Shiga.) 837-846 Hugh Acton, R.N. Chopra, T.C. Boyd

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A Fallacy in the Use of Benian’s ‘Relief’ Stain Associated with the Growth of Micro-Organisms in Two Per Cent. Aqueous Solution of Congo-Red 847-849 R.H. Malone

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Results of Some Experiments in the Treatment of Malaria with Alkali Combined With Quinine. (Preliminary Note) 850-856 J.A. Sinton

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A Preliminary Note on Lathyrism 857-859 Albert Howard, John Simonsen, L.A.P. Anderson

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Backmatter i-vii The Director General, Indian Medical Service

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330
SARF Document ID
sarf.120195

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