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The Indian Journal of Medical Research April 1934

1934

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Summary

In order therefore to help in the institution of appropriate control measures against P. argentipes and to facilitate the methods of prevention to be adopted against kala-azar we have undertaken a study of the bionomies of these flies and have in this paper presented the differential characters of the larval forms of the three common species found in Bengal viz. [...] In P. minutus ' the other six hairs are disposed of in a semi-circle on the vertex of the head with the convexity of the arc towards the base of the head vide Plate.XXXVII fig. [...] On the 1st segment in P. minutus ' this hairy spine is not at the base of the dorso-lateral hair but ventral to the spine in question in much the same position and of the same size as in P. argentipes. [...] These workers formulated the conception of two factors an intrinsic and an extrinsic as necessary for the formation of the hamopoietic principle present in liver which permits of the orderly maturation of the megaloblast of the bone-marrow. [...] The most important differences are the earlier age incidence of tropical anaemia and its association with pregnancy the presence of normal amounts of hydrochloric acid in the gastric contents the absence of a raised indirect van den Bergh reaction and especially the absence of symptoms of nervous involvement.

Title Pages Author/Editor
Cover i-ii J. Taylor

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Frontmatter i-xvii J. Taylor

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Identification Of Larvæ of the Genus Phlebotomus 661-668 R.O.A. Smith, K.V. Krishnan, S. Mukerji

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Part VI. Tropical Macrocytic Anæmia as A Deficiency Disease With Special Reference to the Vitamin B Complex 669-682 Lucy Willis

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Ages of Epiphysial Union at the Elbow and Wrist Joints Amongst Indians 683-690 Raghunandan Lall

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Action of B. Coli on Conjugated Bile Acids 691-694 Kali Basu, Suresh Chakravarty

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Splenic Enlargement in South India. A Study Based on Post-Mortem Records 695-722 T. Menon

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Rat-Flea Survey of Peermade District Travancore 723-730 M.O.T. Iyengar

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Sensitization and Anti-Body Production in Granuloma Genito-Inguinale 731-734 N.G. Pandalai, V. Nair

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A Comparison of Macconkey’s Bile-Salt Broth and Dominick-Lauter Broth in Routine Water Analysis 735-748 T.N.S. Raghavachari, P.V. Iyer

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Part VI. Analyses of Vibrio Proteins: Racemization 749-760 Richard Linton, B.N. Mitra, D.L. Shrivastava

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Investigations on the Nutritive Values of Indian Food-Stuffs. Part II 761-764 A.R. Ghosh, B.C. Guha

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Observation on the Chemistry of the Oxytocic Hormone of the Pituitary Gland. Part II 765-768 N. Das, B.C. Guha

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Cultivation of the Conococcus for Vaccine 769-774 Naranjan Singh

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Sandfly Fever on the Indian Frontier. A Preliminary Note on Some Laboratory Investigations 775-788 H.E. Shortt, L.T. Poole, E.D. Stephens

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Bacteriophage in the Treatment and Prevention of Cholera. A Statistical Examination. Parts I-IV 789-908 unknown

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A Preliminary Note on the Electrical Charge Carried by the Rabies Virus 909-916 G. Sankaran, K.R.K. Iyengar, W.A. Beer

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Electrophoresis Experiments with the Virus of Rabies 917-934 Robert McCarrison, G. Sankaran, W.A. Beer

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Malaria Research and the Malaria Commission of the League of Nations 935-938 unknown

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Index of Authors 939-946 unknown

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Index of Subjects 947-950 unknown

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Backmatter i-ii J. Taylor

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technology medicine science

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316
SARF Document ID
sarf.145414

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