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The Indian Journal of Medical Research July 1928

1928

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between the two diseases : for example similarity in morphology staining reactions and resistance to artificial cultivation of the organisms concerned ; the relatively long incubation period and the almost strict specificity of the diseases; and finally the chronic and non-fatal nature of the infections both in man and in the rat. [...] (b) Sections of skin excised at varying intervals from twenty-toie hours to eight days after subcutaneous inoculation reveal the following characters in varying degree :- There is infiltration of cells in the deeper layers of the corium and in the superficial zone of the subcutaneous tissue. [...] In parts of the section in which the infection is most intense and in which also the accumulation of lepra cells ' is at a maximum the cell outlines are quite obliterated and the cells appear to be piled together. [...] It is more probable that there has been a proliferation on the part of the cells in the connective tissue sheaths of the muscle and that this proliferation has led to fragmentation and ultimately to atrophy of the muscle fibres. [...] Both these processes on the other hand occur in certain types of human leprosy and our clinical and histological studies of this disease have brought us to the conclusion that they are present in cases in which there is a maximum effort on the part of the tissues of the skin (and nerves) to restrict the spread of the disease.

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Frontmatter i-xx The Director General, Indian Medical Service

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A Contribution to the Pathology of Cutaneous Rat Leprosy 1-vi John Henderson

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The Presence and Significance of Large Multinucleated Cells in Leprosy 7-iii John Henderson

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Physical Factors in Mosquito Ecology Part II 11-x Ronald Senior-White

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Studies of the Effects of Antimony Salts. No. 2. The Effect of Aminostiburea on Cases Of Kala-Azar 31-34 E.C. Hodgson, Ram Sen, C. Das

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Experiments with Vitex Pedunculata in the Treatment of Kala-Azar 35-i E.C. Hodgson, Ram Sen

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The Larva of a. Jeyporiensis James 39-40 K.L. Chowdhury

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A Note on the Larva of Anopheles Philippinensis Ludlow 1901 and its Diagnosis 41-i K.L. Chowdhury

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Anopheles Philippinensis As a Natural Carrier of the Malaria Parasites in Bengal 45-48 Panchanan Sur

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Animal Experiments and Sprue 49-76 F.P. Mackie, G.D. Chiter

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The Association of Bowel Disease with Vitamin C Deficiency 77-94 F.P. Mackie, G.D. Chiter

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The Bacteriology of Sprue 95-108 F.P. Mackie, S.N. Gore, J.H. Wadia

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The Effects of a Diet Rich in Sugar on the Relapse Rate in Chronic Benign Tertian Malaria 109-114 W. Bird

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Gymnema Sylvestre in Diabetes Mellitus 115-124 R.N. Chopra, J.P. Bose, N.R. Chatterjee

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A Comparative Study of the Action of Cinchonidine and Cinchonine on the Heart 125-134 R.N. Chopra, B.B. Dikshit, J.C. David

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The Iodide-Sedimentation Test in Leprosy 135-140 E. Muir

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The Pentavalent Compounds of Antimony in the Treatment of Kala-Azar Part III. Aminostiburea - an Analysis of the Treatment in 52 Cases 141-148 L. Napier

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A Spleen-Puncture Syringi-E 149-i L. Napier

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Some Insect and Other Enemies of Mosquito Larva 153-158 Hem Pruthi

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Studies in Malaria. with Special Reference to Treatment Part IX. Plasmoquine in the? Treatment Or Malaria 159-178 J.A. Sinton, W. Bird

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Notes On Some Indian Species of the Genus Phleeotomus Part. XXIII Phlerotomus Cyldei N.Sp. 179-iv J.A. Sinton

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Observations on Filariasis in Some Areas in British India 187-viii Vishnu Korke

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Revision of the Type Species of Von Ltnstow in India Physaloptera Preputialis (Linstow 1889) SYN. Chlamydonema Felineum (High 1910) 199-202 Vishnu Korke

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Serum Changes in Kala-Azar 203-i R.R. Lloyd, S.N. Paul

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A Brief Resume of Recent Kala-Azar Research with Special Reference to India 221-238 H.E. Shortt, A.C. Craighead, C.S. Swaminath

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Note On Dermal Leishmanoid 239-240 H.E. Shortt, H.A.H. Dsilva, C.S. Swaminath

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Preliminary Note on Three Species of Trypanosomide 241-ii H.E. Shortt, C.S. Swaminath

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An Investigation into the Value of an Ethertsed Vaccine in the Prophylactic Treatment of Rabies Part III. The Action of Ether on Street Virus in Infected Cords 245-252 J. Cunningham, M.J. Nicholas, B.N Lahiri

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An Investigation into the Value of an Etherised Vaccine in the Prophylactic Treatment of Rabies Part IV. The Action of Ether on the Virus Fixe of the Pasteur Institute Paris 253-258 J. Cunningham, M.J. Nicholas, B.N Lahiri

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An Investigation into the Value of an Etherised Vaccine in the Prophylactic Treatment of Rabies Part V. The Action of Ether On a Freshly Fixed Virus of Indian Origin 259-i J. Cunningham, M.J. Nicholas, B.N Lahiri

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Backmatter i-ii unknown

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344
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sarf.120195

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