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This volume comprises reprints of studies made during the collegiate year 1896-97. The studies included are: "Milk as an Agency in the Conveyance of Disease; and Low Temperature Pasteurization of Milk at About 68 C.;" "A Machine for Tubing Bacterial Media;" "A Contribution to the Study of Acute Ascending (Landry's) Paralysis;" "A Further Study of the Biology of the Gonococcus (Neisser) with Contributions to the Technique;" "Bacterial and Allied Tests as Applied to the Clinical Diagnosis of Typhoid Fever;" "Dangers of the Domestic Uses, Other than Drinking, of Contaminated Water, with Special reference to Milk and Oysters as Carriers of Bacteria;" "Report on two Cases of Tumor of the Spinal Cord, Unaccompanied by Severe Pain;" "The Lymphatic Constitution, and its Relation to Some Forms of Sudden Death;" "Notes on Polychromatic Photomicrography, with Plate in Color."
Studies From the Department of Pathology of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, New York. JAMA. 1898;XXX(15):876. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02440670064026
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