volume 3, issue 1, P76-92 1880
DOI: 10.1113/jphysiol.1880.sp000084
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William Councilman

Abstract: IT would be useless to attempt to give here any but the briefest sketch of the views which have been held concerning the origin of pus and the nature of the cellular changes occurring in inflammation since the time of the establishment of the cell theory. A mere recapitulation of the articles written on this subject in the decade of '60-'70 would fill pages. I will, however, briefly glance at some of the more important ideas which have been or are held with reference to it. Rokitansky was one of the first to a…

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