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December 19, 1896

A Text-Book of Bacteriology, including the etiology and prevention of infective diseases and a short account of yeasts and moulds, hematozoa and psorosperms.

JAMA. 1896;XXVII(25):1312. doi:10.1001/jama.1896.02431030048018

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Abstract

The present edition of Crookshank has so many changes in the text that it is essentially a new work. Twenty-six chapters have been added. The chapters are divided as follows: 1, historical introduction; 2, morphology and physiology of bacteria; 3, effect of antiseptics and disinfectants on bacteria; 4, chemical products of bacteria; 5, immunity; 6, anti-toxins and serum therapy; 7, the bacterial microscope; 8, microscopical examination of bacteria; 9, nutrient media and cultivation; 10, experiments upon living animals; 11, examination of air, soil and water; 12, photography of bacteria: 13, suppuration, pyemia, septicemia, erysipelas; 14, anthrax; 15, quarter evil, malignant edema, rag-picker's septicemia; 16, septicemia of buffaloes, deer, rabbits, pleuro-pneumonia, swine-fever, fowl cholera, grouse disease; 17, pneumonia, infectious pneumonia, influenza; 18, plague, relapsing fever, typhus fever, yellow fever; 19, scarlet fever, measles; 20, smallpox, cattle plague: 21, sheep-pox, foot-and-mouth disease: 22, horse-pox; cow-pox: 23, diphtheria; 24, typhoid fever; 25, swine

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