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July 25, 1896

Le Gonocoque.

JAMA. 1896;XXVII(4):222. doi:10.1001/jama.1896.02430820050021

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This monograph gives an exhaustive study of the gonococcus, and the results of several years of study of that interesting object. The literature of the subject has been diffused in the pages of medical journals and in different languages. The author has gathered in this volume all the important facts concerning the microbe of Neisser. The work is divided into two parts, viz.: Experimental and Clinical. There are four chapters in the first part, viz.: I. Microscopic Examination. II. Cultures in (a) Albuminoid Media, (b) Acid Media. III. Biology of the Gonococcus. IV. Inoculations. The second part is divided into eight chapters, viz.: I. Microbes of the Urethra. II. Importance of the Gonococcus in Urethral Pathology. The Urethrites Non-Blennorrhagic. III. The Process of Blennorrhagic Urethritis. IV. Complications by Direct Propagation of Urethral Blennorrhagia. V. Blennorrhagia of the Genito-Urinary Organs of Woman. VI. Blennorrhagia Inoculated Within the Genital Organs. VII. Gonorrheal

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