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January 7, 1933

Rose Research on Lymphadenoma.

JAMA. 1933;100(1):64. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740010064040

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This is a collection of six articles on the results of work relating to Hodgkin's disease, supported by the fund donated by Mrs. T. E. Rose. Sir Thomas Garrod discusses briefly but instructively the clinical concept of the disease. Two of the articles deal with cultural and serologic properties of certain yeastlike forms obtained from Hodgkin's disease and other sources. The illustrations of the cultures and of the lesions of these yeastlike organisms seem more elaborate and more expensive than really necessary under the circumstances. There is a brief article on the blood of rabbits and guinea-pigs inoculated with material from Hodgkin's disease. B. D. Pullinger describes the histology and discusses the histogenesis and nature of Hodgkin's disease. This article is abundantly illustrated. Probably the most important outcome of the work dealt with in the book is the demonstration that lymph nodes affected by Hodgkin's disease contain an uncultivated and

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