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Fungi in Human Pathology, and also some protozoal parasites, etc

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Parkes Weber, Frederick (1863-1962)
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Also on 'Thrush', 'Bacterial Thrush' and 'Aphthous' stomatitis and 'Aphthous' tonsilitis and glossitis. Some forms of non-venereal urethritis, vaginitis, etc. Cutaneous 'mycoses' etc. Various kinds of 'pseudo-tuberculosis' due to zoogloeic or other microbes, other than Koch's tuberculosis bacillus. Non-intestinal and non-hepatic amoebiasis (for comparison). Melioidosis as a bacterial 'pseudo-tuberculosis'. General ringworm and blastomycotic (etc) infections. Amoebic and some other parasitic non-mycotic (protozoic, etc) cutaneous affections, amoeboma, amoebic granuloma, etc, for comparison. Also broncospirochaetosis (for comparison). Coccidioidal granuloma, etc (for comparison). 'Septicaemia' from fungi or their spores in the circulating blood--dissemination of mycotic skin diseases by the circulating blood. Actinomycosis (but see cuttings, etc, in my casebooks). Pulmonary amoebiasis (amoebic abscess. etc)--for comparison. Also membranous and other forms of Vincent's angina (for comparison). Ulcers on mucous membranes etc due to Vincent's organism. Progressive (post-operative etc) gangrene of skin, also malignant granuloma of nose. Also some bacterial granulomata. 'Mycotic endocarditis in drug addicts'



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