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The Indian Journal of Medical Research October 1926

1926

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MARRAS F. M., The Value of the Thermo-precipitin Reaction in the Diagnosis of Rats putrefied and died of Plague [...] MARRAS F. M. A Rapid Method for the Diagnosis of Plague [...] MUIR E. The Treatment of Wassermann-Positive Cases of Leprosy by a new Oil-soluble Mercury Preparation [...] SYMONS T. H.. Tick-Fever due to Piroplasma gibsoni Patton in a Kennel [...] In the absence of a precise knowledge as to the suitability for the growth of V. cholerce or otherwise of the various articles of diet commonly consumed in India and offered for sale in the market the measures adopted by a medical officer are determined entirely by the current rather vague and general ideas on the subject. [...] To the tubes of the third row a similar quantity of 0.0001 per cent dilution of the emulsion was added and to each succeeding row was added the same quantity of successively higher concentration of the emulsion ; thus each tube in the last or the eleventh row got 025 c.c. [...] from the contents of these tubes was transferred to the corresponding tube of the Dunham's solution [...] For a wider sphere of application a much greater amount of work is necessary both in respect to the variations of circumstances of the experiment especially in relation to the period of incubation of the cholera vibrio with the foodstuffs and the number of substances examined in order that general conclusions might be drawn.

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Frontmatter i-xix The Director-General, Indian Medical Service and The Public Health Commissioner with The Government of India

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The Relative Suitability of Certain Foodstuffs as Media for the Cultivation of V. CholerÆ with Special Reference to their Relative Role in the Dissemination of Cholera 245-256 R. B. Lai, M. Yacob

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The Effects of Polarised Light on Bacterial Life 1. Growth of B.Coli Communis and V. Cholerae Under Polarised Light 257-262 R. B. Lal, K. N. Mathur

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The Pentavalent Compounds of Antimony in the Treatment of Kala-Azar 1. Stibosan (Von Heyden 471); an Analysis of the Results of the Treatment of the First 104 Cases 263-280 L. Everard Napier

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The Value of the Themoprecipitin Reaction in the Diagonis of Rats Putrefied and Died of Plague 281-286 F. M. Marras

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A Rapid Method for the Diagonosis of Plague 287-iii F. M. Marras

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The Treatment of Wassermann-Positive Cases of Leprosy by a New Oil-Soluble Mercury Preparation 291-292 E. Muir

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Tick-Fever Due to Piroplasma Gibsoni Patton in a Kennel of Foxhounds in India 293-316 T. H. Symons

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Vaso-Ligation and Testicular Grafts in Man 317-318 J. P. Arland

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The Toxicity and the Immunising Value of Sensitised Anti-Plague Vaccines 319-322 B. P. B. Naidu, Jemadar Jang

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The Treatment of Plague with Mercurochrome-220 Soluble 323-328 B. P. B. Naidu, Jemadar Jang

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Note on a Massive Infection of the Buccal Cavity of Phlebotomus Argentipes with Herpetomonas Donovani 329-ii H. E. Shortt, P. J. Barraud

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A Revision of the Culicine Mosquitoes of India Part XVIII. the Indian Species of Uranotaenia and Harpagomyia with Descriptions of Five New Species 331-i P. J. Barraud

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The Effect of Manurial Conditions on the Nutritive and Vitamin Values of Millet and Wheat 351-378 R. McCarrison

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A Note on Lathyrism in the Gilgit Agency 379-382 Robert McCarrison

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Observations on Ankylostomomiasis in Some Areas in British India 383-408 Vishnu T. Korke

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The Epidemiology of Cholera (IV) 409-450 A. J. H. Russell, E. R. Sundararajan

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The Prevalence and Epidemiology of Hookworm and Other Helinthic Infections in India. Part III. Central Western and Northern Bengal 451-iv Asa C. Chandler

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The Prevalence and Epidemiology of Hookworm and Other Helinthic Infections in India. Part IV. Assam and the Hill area of Eastern Bengal 481-iv Asa C. Chandler

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The Prevalence and Epidemiology of Hookworm and Other Helinthic Infections in India. Part V. Tea Estates of Assam and Bengal 493-iii Asa C. Chandler

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An Investigation into the Value of an Etherised Vaccine in the Prophylactic Treatment of Rabies. Part I. The Action of Ether on Fixed Virus 505-520 J. Cunningham, M. J. Nicholas, B. N. Lahiri

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The Occurrence in Nature of Phlebotomus Argentipes Infected with a Flagellate Morphologically Identical with Herpetomonas Donovani 521-522 H. E. Shortt, P. J. Barraud, A. C. Craighead

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323
SARF Document ID
sarf.120195

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