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So we speak of exudative, productive, and necrotic inflammations. An abscess of the jaw was found to contain the diphtheria bacillus. In some cases the animals would seem to have had vitality enough to have resisted this organism, and completely recovered from the effects of their injections and consequent inflammatory disturbances. The general principles to be observed in laboratory fteding are, of course, those of percentage feeding in general. It is usually early, racking and persistent, and subject to but little remission.


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Rheumatism occurred in nearly all at some period of the attack, and was often a troublesome sequela. Salmon declares that the popular belief that a mad dog dreads water is a fallacy; and he also disputes the truth of the universally credited opinion that the disease occurs only in the hot season.

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