The glanders nodule in the class of cases studied by us is in no sense analogous to the miliary tubercle in its histogenesis, and our studies afford no support to Baumgarten's views. The primary effect of the bacillus of glanders on a tissue we found to be not a production of epithelioid cells, which undergo necrosis and invasion by leucocytes, as happens in the cases in which the bacillus of tuberculosis is concerned, but to be the production of primary necrosis of the tissue, followed by inflammatory exudation, often of a suppurative character. Degenerative changes rapidly ensue in the inflammatory products. These conclusions are in harmony with the observations of Tedeschi, above referred to.
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THE HISTOLOGIGAL LESIONS OF ACUTE GLANDERS IN MAN AND OF EXPERIMENTAL GLANDERS IN THE GUINEA-PIG
James Homer Wright
From the Sears Pathological Laboratory, Harvard Medical School.
Online Issn: 1540-9538
Print Issn: 0022-1007
Copyright, 1896, by The Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research New York
J Exp Med (1896) 1 (4): 577–594.
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James Homer Wright; THE HISTOLOGIGAL LESIONS OF ACUTE GLANDERS IN MAN AND OF EXPERIMENTAL GLANDERS IN THE GUINEA-PIG . J Exp Med 1 November 1896; 1 (4): 577–594. doi: https://doi.org/10.1084/jem.1.4.577
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