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" ... altogether similar when the matter containing Bacilli, by coming into contact with a wounded surface, gives rise to splenic fever and the appearance of such organisms all through the body. The old notion about the excessive self-multiplication of... "
"A Time to Heal": The Diffusion of Listerism in Victorian Britain - Pagina 80
door Jerry L. Gaw - 1999 - 173 pagina’s
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volumes 7-12

1878
...about the excessive self-multiplication of the original contagium is probably altogether erroneous. Thus all the distinctive positions of those who advocate...processes which the importance of their presence demands, but we must regard them as concomitant products, and not at all, or except to an extremely limited...
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Journal of the Royal Microscopical Society, Volume 1

Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain) - 1878
...about the excessive self-multiplication of the original contagium is probably altogether erroneous. Thus all the distinctive positions of those who advocate a belief in the so-called ' germ theory of disease,' or rely upon the exclusive doctrine of a 'contagium vivum,' seem to be absolutely...
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The Detroit Lancet, Volume 1

Leartus Connor, Henry Alexander Cleland - 1878
...a nature to engender bodies similar to itself so that the infected part speedily swarms therewith. Thus all the distinctive positions of those who advocate a belief in the so-called " germ theory of disease," or rely upon the exclusive doctrine of a " coutagium vivum," seem to be...
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Journal of the Royal Microscopical Society

1878
...about the excessive self-multiplication of the original contagium is probably altogether erroneous. Thus all the distinctive positions of those who advocate a belief in the so-called ' germ theory of disease,' or rely upon the exclusive doctrine of a ' contagium vivum,' seem to be...
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Journal of the Royal Microscopical Society, Volume 1

Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain) - 1878
...about the excessive self-multiplication of the original contagium is probably altogether erroneous. Thus all the distinctive positions of those who advocate a belief in the so-called ' germ theory of disease,' or rely upon the exclusive doctrine of a 'contagium vivum,' seem to be absolutely...
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