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Further Observations on Experimental Toxi-Infection of the Central Nervous System

  • David Orr and Rows
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This communication is a continuation of our experimental work on the action of bacterial poisons upon the nervous system.

In 1914 (2), after several series of experiments, we drew attention to the differences between lymphogenous and haematogenous infection. The first was induced by infecting the ascending lymph stream of nerves ; the second by placing celloidin capsules containing a culture of bacteria in the abdominal cavity.

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1 Bignami, and Nazari, . —Rivista Sperimentale di Freniatria, 1916, vol. 42, fasc. 1, 109.
2 Orr, and Rows, . —“Lymphogenous Infection of the Central Nervous System,” Brain, 1914, vol. 36, pts. iii and iv, p. 271.
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Further Observations on Experimental Toxi-Infection of the Central Nervous System

  • David Orr and Rows
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