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Contents Indian J Med Res Volume 11



 
Original Article
PATHOGENESIS OF DEFICIENCY DISEASE. No. XI. OBSERVATIONS ON FAT-EXCESS IN RELATION TO IODINE REQUIREMENTS AND TO THE THYROID GLAND
ROBERT McCARRISON
ANTI-HOOKWORM CAMPAIGN IN THE TEA ESTATES OF MADRAS
J F KENDRICK,K S MHASKAR
NOTES ON SOME INDIAN SPECIES OF THE GENUS PHLEBOTOMUS. Part II. PHLEBOTOMUS SQUAMIPLEURIS, NEWSTEAD, 1912
J A SINTON
STUDIES IN FILAR1ASIS No. I. A FILARIAL SURVEY WITH A STATISTICAL ENQUIRY INTO THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EILAItlASIS AND ELEPHANTIASIS
J A CRUICKSHANK,J CUNNINGHAM,T SEETHAPATHY IYER
THE CORRELATION BETWEEN THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF ANTHELMINTICS AND THEIR THERAPEUTIC VALUES IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOOKWORM INQUIRY IN THE MADRAS PRESIDENCY
J F CAIUS
THE CORRELATION BETWEEN THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF ANTHELMINTICS AND THEIR THERAPEUTIC VALUES IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOOKWORM INQUIRY IN THE MADRAS PRESIDENCY
J F CAIUS,K S MHASKAR
THE INFLUENCE OF AGE AND TEMPERATURE ON BACTERIAL VACCINES. Part III
K R K IYENGAR,W F HARVEY
ON THE RELATION BETWEEN SIZE OF PROPHYLACTIC DOSE AND PROTECTION
K R K IYENGAR,W F HARVEY
BACTERIOLOGICAL AND LABORATORY TECHNIQUE. Section X. PATHOGENIC MATERIAL EXAMINATION
W F HARVEY
ON A TETRACHILOMASTIX N. SP. PARASITIC IN HUMAN INTESTINE
G C CHATTERJEE
RAT BITE FEVER WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ITS AETIOLOGICAL AGENT (PRELIMINARY COMMUNICATION)
M J PARMANAND
THE PATHOLOGY OF ACUTE EXPERIMENTAL KALA-AZAR IN MONKEYS
H E SHORTT
CHEMOTHERAPY OF ANTIMONIAL COMPOUNDS IN KALA-AZAR INFECTION. FURTHER OBSERVATIONS ON THE TOXICITY OF ANTIMONIAL COMPOUNDS -DELAYED ANTIMONY POISONING. Part III.
U N BRAHMACHARI
A REVISION OF THE CULICINE MOSQUITOES OF INDIA.
P J BARRAUD
A REVISION OF THE CULICINE MOSQUITOES OF INDIA
P J BARRAUD
A REVISION OF THE CULICINE MOSQUITOES OF INDIA..
P J BARRAUD
THE WASSERMANN REACTION IN LEPROSY
E MUIR,G C MITRA,R B LLOYD
A NOTE ON THE INTERVAL FOR RE-TREATMENT OF HOOKWORM INFECTION
J P KENDRICK,K S MHASKAR
STUDIES IN THE VALUE OF THE WASSERMANN TEST. No. V. SIGNIFICANCE AND VALUE OF A POSITIVE WASSERMANN REACTION IN KALA-AZAR
K R K IYENGAR
THE SPREAD OF LEPROSY THROUGHOUT THE BODY FROM INITIAL LESIONS.
E LANDEMAN,E MUIR,SANTRA,T N ROY
DYSENTERY IN THE COLLIERY AREAS. FIVE MONTHS" WORK IN THE JHERIA MINING SETTLEMENT
G C MAITRA
OBSERVATIONS ON AN OUTBREAK OF TYPHUS IN SIMLA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE WEIL-FELIX REACTION.
E S PHIPSON
THE RECOVERY OF HERPETOMONAS DONOVANI FROM THE URINE OF A KALA-AZAR PATIENT
H E SHORTT
PATHOGENESIS OF DEFICIENCY DISEASE. XIV. -ON THE OCCURRENCE OF OPHTHALMIA IN PIGEONS FED EXCLUSIVELY ON PARBOILED RICE AND ON ITS PREVENTION BY THE ADDITION OF SOIL TO THE FOOD
ROBERT McCARRlSON
THE CORRELATION BETWEEN THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF ANTHELMINTICS AND THEIR THERAPEUTIC VALUES IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOOKWORM INQUIRY IN THE MADRAS PRESIDENCY
J F CAIUS,K S MHASKAR
THE CORRELATION BETWEEN THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF ANTHELMINTICS AND THEIR THERAPEUTIC VALUES IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOOKWORM INQUIRY IN THE MADRAS PRESIDENCY.
J F CAIUS,K S MHASKAR
THE CORRELATION BETWEEN THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF ANTHELMINTICS AND THEIR THERAPEUTIC VALUES IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOOKWORM INQUIRY IN THE MADRAS PRESIDENCY
J F CAIUS,K S MHASKAR
THE CORRELATION BETWEEN THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF ANTHELMINTICS AND THEIR THERAPEUTIC VALUES IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOOKWORM INQUIRY IN THE MADRAS PRESIDENCY
J F CAIUS,K S MHASKAR
NOTES ON ASCARICIDES
J F CAIUS,K S MHASKAR
CHEMOTHERAPY OF ANTIMONIAL COMPOUNDS IN KALA-AZAR INFECTION. PART IV. FURTHER OBSERVATIONS ON THE THERAPEUTIC: VALUES OF UREA STIBAMINE
U N BRAHAMACHARI
CHEMOTHERAPY OF ANTIMONIAL COMPOUNDS, IN KALA-AZAR INFECTION. Part V. AMINO-ANTIMONYL TARTRATES
U N BRAHMACHARI
CHEMOTHERAPY OF ANTIMONIAL COMPOUNDS IN KALA-AZAR INFECTION. Part VI. CUMULATIVE AND TOLERANCE EXPERIMENTS WITH TARTAR EMETIC
U N BRAHMACHARl
CHEMOTHERAPY OF ANTIMONIAL COMPOUNDS IN KALA-AZAR INFECTION. Part VII. THE ESTIMATION OF SMALL QUANTITIES OF ANTIMONY IN PRESENCE OF ORGANIC MATTER.
JUDHISTIR DAS,PARIMAL BlKASH SEN,U N BRAHMACHARI
THE NUTRITIONAL VALUES OF HEATED BLOOD AGAR.
M B SOPARKAR
DESICCATED NUTRIENT MEDIA.
A C VARDON
ON IMMUNIZATION WITH RELATIVELY AVIRULENT LIVING ORGANISMS.
K R K IYENGAR,W F HARVEY
IMMUNIZATION BY RE INOCULATION, AFTER A LONG INTERVAL, WITH A DIMISSHED DOSE OF VACCINE.
K R K IYENGAR,W F HARVEY
THE RE-USE OF MEDIA. Part II.
NAND LAL
THE EFFECT OF DIRECT SUNLIGHT ON SEALED CULTURES OF ORGANISMS
NAND LAL
OBSERVATIONS ON THE BIONOMICS OF THE BED-BUG, CIMEX LECTULARIUS L., WITH SPECIAL, REFERENCE TO THE RELATIONS OF THE SEXES.
K W CRAGO
A REVISION OF THE CULISINE MOSQUITOES OF INDIA. PART VI SOME INDIAN SPECIES OF THE GENUS FINLAYA THEO. ADULT STAGE.
P J BARRAUD
TWO NEW SPECIES OF CULEX (DIPTERA, CULICIDAE) FROM ASSAM.
P J BARRAUD
THE RELATION OF MALARIA TO ALTITUDE.
V A GILL
THE TREATMENT OF LEPROSY IN THE LIGHT OF THE NATURE OP ITS SPREAD THROUGH THE BODY.
E LANDEMAN,E MUIR,I SANTRA ,T N ROY
ON THE NEUROMOTOR SYSTEM OF THE ACTIVE FORMS OF AN EUTRICH0MASTIX PARASITE FROM THE INTESTINE OF A COMMON INDIAN LIZARD.
FROILANO de MELLO
NOTE ON THE RESISTANT FORMS OF LEISHMANIA DONOVAN I FOUND IN NNN CULTURES
J W CORNWALL
PROGRESS REPORT ON KALA-AZAR. (WORK CARRIED OUT IN SHILLONG BETWEEN JUNE AND NOVEMBER, 1921).
B M DAS GUPTA,C S SWAMINATH,F P MACKIE
NOTES ON THE CONCENTRATION OF ANTI-COBRA SERUM. I. CONCENTRATION IN VACUO AND DILUTION.
J V CAIUS,K R K IYENGAR
DIPHTHERIA BACILLUS (CARRIERS IN A MIXED INDIAN POPULATION.
A C VARDON
COMPARATIVE EXPERIMENTS ON THE TRANSMISSION OF PLAGUE BY X. CHEOPIS AND X. ASTIA WITH A DISCUSSION OF CERTAIN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE AS TO THE RELATION OF THESE PLEAS TO EPIDEMIC PLAGUE.
G D CHITRE,J TAYLOR
A NOTE ON A SIMPLE APPARATUS FOR OBTAINING A CONSTANT DROP FLOW OF SALINE SOLUTION.
J TAYLOR
NOTE ON AN ELECTRlCAL RAT-GUARD FOR SHIPS HAWSERS.
G D CHITRE,J TAYLOR
UREA STIBAMINE IN THE TREATMENT OF KALA-AZAR.
H E SHORTT,RAM TARAN SEN
MALARIA IN THE PUNJAB. THE MALARIA FORECAST FOR THE YEAR 1922.
C A GILL
A SECOND REPORT ON THE RECOVERY OF HERPETOMONAS DONOVANI FROM THE URINE OF KALA-AZAR CASES.
C S SWAMINATH,H E SHORTT,RAM TARAN SEN
BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS IN INDIA. AN OUTBREAK OF TUBERCULOSIS AMONG ANIMALS IN THE BOMBAY ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS.
M B SOPARKAR,W GLEN LISTON
BOVINE TUBERCULOSIS IN INDIA. AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE TYPES OF TUBERCLE BACILLI ISOLATED FROM ANIMALS DURING AN OUTBREAK OF TUBERCULOSIS IN THE BOMBAY ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS.
M B SOPARKAR
THE INFLUENCE OF HYDROGEN ION CONCENTRATION ON THE DOSE OF ALUM AND THE MECHANISM OF THE ACTION OF ALUM IN THE CLARIFICATION OF NATURAL WATERS.
NANI LAL BANERJI
THE REACTION OF THE BLOOD IN KALA- AZAR.
L E NAPIER
THE PREPARATION OF N.N.N. MEDIA OF DIFFERENT HYDROGEN-ION CONCENTRATIONS.
L E NAPIER
A NOTE UPON A FLAGELLATE PROTOZOON FOUND IN THE SALIVA.
B M DAS GUPTA,K KNOWLES
A NOTE ON THE RELIABILITY OF POST-TREATMENT DIAGNOSES OF HELMINTH INFECTIONS.
K S MHASKAR
PATHOGENESIS OF DEFICIENCY DISEASE. XV.—EFFECT OF ASPHYXIA ON THE ACTION OF ADRENALIN. XVI.—EFFECT OF CARBON DIOXIDE ON THE ACTION OF ADRENALIN.
ROBERT McCARRISON
THE OCCURRENCE OF MALARIA IN A HILL STATION.
H E SHORTT
EPIDEMIOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS ON AN EPIDEMIC OF RELAPSING FEVER IN MADRAS PRESIDENCY.
A J H RUSSELL,ADISESHA AYYAR,UBHAYA
NOTES ON SOME INDIAN SPECIES OF THE GENUS PHLEBOTOMUS Part III. PROVISIONAL DIAGNOSTIC TABLE OF THE MALES OF THE SPECIES AND VARIETIES RECORDED FROM INDIA AND CEYLON.
J A SINTON
NOTES ON SOME INDIAN SPECIES OF THE GENUS PHLEBOTOMUS. Part IV PHLEBOTOMUS HIMALAYENSIS ANNANDALE 1910
J A SINTON
A CLINICAL METHOD FOR THE CULTIVATION OF THE PARASITE OF INDIAN RELAPSING FEVER (SPIRCHAETA CARTERI).
J A SINTON
HEMOTHERAPY OF ANTIMONIAL COMPOUNDS IN KALA-AZAR INFECTION. Part VIII. QUANTITATIVE STUDIES IN EXCRETION OF ANTIMONY (TARTAR EMETIC AND UREA STIBAMINE).
JUDHISTIR DAS,PARIMAL BIKAS SEN,SARODA CHARAN CHAUDHURY,U N BRAHMACHARI
CHANGES CAUSED BY B. TYPHOSUS IN THE REACTION OF SOME MEDIA.
J W CORNWALL
A REVISION OF THE CULICINE MOSQUITOES OF INDIA. Part VIII. FURTHER DESCRIPTIONS OF INDIAN SPECIES OF FINALAYA THEO.
P P BARRAUD
DEGREE OF BILE SOLUBILITY AS A MEANS OF DIFFERENTIATING PATHOGENIC FROM NONPATHOGENIC CAPSULATED DIPLOCOCOI.
R H MALONE
THE MECHANISM OF INFECTION BY B. TYPHOSUS.
H M LAFRENAIS,J W CORNWALL
STUDIES IN THE PATHOLOGY OF DRACONTIASIS. Part I.
N HAMILTON FAIRLEY,W GLEN LISTON
A NEW CERCARIA FROM NORTHERN INDIA. CERCARIA PATIALENSIS NOV. SPEC.
M B SOPARKAR
DYSENTERY CARRIERS AMONG THE HILL VILLAGES IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD OF KASAULI (N. W. HIMALAYAS).
HARJAS RAI
A NOTE ON THE TYPES OF PNEUMOCOCCUS FOUND IN THE PUNJAB AND NORTH-WEST FRONTIER PROVINCE OF INDIA.
R H MALONE
HOOKWORM INFECTION IN THE SOIL.
K S MHASKAR
1. NOTE ON THE OCCURRENCE OF HYPODERMA LINEATUM VILLIERS IN THE PUNJAB. 2. NOTE ON THE SECOND STACK LARVA OF HYPODERMA CROSSI PATTON. 3. GASTEROPHILUS CROSSI SP NOV., PARASITIC IN ITS LARVAL STAGE IN THE STOMACH OF THE HORSE IN THE PUNJAB.
W S PATTON
NOTE ON THE INFECTION OF A MOUSE BY MEANS OF BED-BUGS, CIMEX HEMIPTERA FABR., FE!) ON THE PERIPHERAL BLOOD OF A CASE OF KALA-AZAR.
C S SWAMINATH,H E SHORTT
A NEW MOSQUITO FROM KASHMIR.
P J BARRAUD
CORRESPONDENCE—MALARIA PREVENTION IN THE FEDERATED MALAY STATES
Malcolm Watson
A REVISION OF THE CULICINE MOSQUITOES OF INDIA. Part IX. THE INDIAN SPECIES OF LUTZlA THEO.
P J BARRAUD
A REVISION OF THE CULlClNE MOSQUITOES OK INDIA. Part X. THE LARVAE OF INDIAN SPECIES OK LUTZIA THEO.
P J BARRAUD
RFVISION OF THE CULICINE MOSQUITOES OF INDIA. Part XI. SOME INDIAN SPECIES OF CULEX L.
P J BARRAUD
FOUR NEW MOSQUITOES FROM THE WESTERM HIMALAYAS. liY
P J BARRAUD
NOTES ON SOME INDIAN SPECIES OF THE GENUS PHLEBOTOMUS. Part V. PHLEBOTOMUS MALABARICUS ANNANDALE, 1910.
J A SINTON
NOTES ON SOME INDIAN SPECIES OF THE GENUS PHLEBOTOMUS. Part VI. PHLEBOTOMUS PERTURBANS DE MEIJERE, 1909. (P. perturbans Annandale, 1910.)
J A SINTON
NOTES ON SOME INDIAN SPECIES OF THE GENUS PHLEBOTOMUS. Part VII. PHLEBOTOMUS ZEYLANICUS ANNANDALE, 1910
J A SINTON
NOTES ON SOME INDIAN SPECIES OF THE GENUS PHLEBOTOMUS. Part VIII. RECORDS Of THE GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION AND THE SEASONAL PREVALENCE OF THE KNOWN INDIAN AND CINGALESE SPECIES OF THE GENUS PHLEBOTOMUS
J A SINTON
THE OCCURRENCE OF "ACIDOSIS" IN CASES OF MALARIAL FEVER
J A SINTON,J D BAILY
ALGAL GROWTHS IN TANK WATERS AND THE EFFECT ON THEM OF THE REMOVAL OF THE DISSOLVED BICARBONATES OF THE WATER BY THE ADDITION OF SULPHURIC ACID
V GOBINDA RAJU
MEASUREMENT IN CENTIMETRES OF THE ENLARGED SPLEEN IN CHILDREN AND ITS CORRECTION FOR SIZE OF CHILD BY A FACTOR BASED ON AN ANTHROPOMETRIC MEASUREMENT
KHAZAN CHAND,S R CHRISTOPHERS
THE SHAPE AND POSITION OF THE PALPABLE PORTION OF THE ENLARGED SPLEEN IN CHILDREN
S R CHRISTOPHERS
THE TRACHEATION AND VENATION OF THE WING OF THE MOSQUITO
P J BARRAUD,S R CHRISTOPHERS
PATHOGENESIS OF DEFICIENCY DISEASE XVII. THE RELATION OF FAULTY NUTRITION TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF EPITHELIOMA CONTAGIOSUM
ROBERT McCARRISON
THE EFFECTS OF THE EXCESS-INGESTION OF CERTAIN AMINO-ACIDS ON THE GROWTH, METAMORPHOSIS AND THYROID GLAND OF TADPOLES.
ROBERT McCARRISON
EFFECTS OF THE LONG-CONTINUED INGESTION OF TYRAMINE AND HISTAMINE
ROBERT McCARRISON
SOME FURTHER OBSERVATIONS ON THE SPECIES METHOD OF DIFFERENTIATING FAECAL ORGANISMS IN SURFACE WATERS IN THE TROPICS
A D STEWART,V GOBINDA RAJU
NOTES ON THE CONCENTRATION OF ANTICOBRA SERUM. II. REFRACTIVITY
A STEICHEN,J F CAIUS
AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE RELATIVE VALUES OF LANOLINE AND GLYCERINE AS VEHICLES FOR VACCINE LYMPH IN THE TROPICS
J A CRUICKSHANK,J CUNNINGHAM
CHEMOTHERAPY OF ANTIMONIAL COMPOUNDS IN KALA-AZAR INFECTION. Part IX. TREATMENT OF CASES OF KALA-AZAR RESISTANT TO ANTIMONYL TARTRATES WITH UREA STIBAMINE-THE THERAPEUTIC VALUE OF STIBAMINE IN KALA-AZAR
U N BRAHMACHARI
THE VIABILITY OF THE FLAGELLATE STAGE OF L. DONOVANI WITH REFERENCE TO THE HYDROGEN-ION CONCENTRATION OF ITS ENVIRONMENT
L EVERARD NAPIER,P MURUGESAN
A SIMPLE METHOD OF PREPARING COLLODION CAPSULES FOR USE IN THE STUDY OF BIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS
R H MALONE
ON A NEW MICROFILARIA FROM THE DOG. MICROFILARIA LEWISH. (N. S.)
VISHNU T KORKE
REVISIION OF THE TYPE SPECIES OF RUDOLPHI IN INDIA. SPIROPTERA SANGUINOLENTA (Rud. 1819). SPIROPTERA SANGUINOLENTA (R. and H. 1911).
VISHNU T KORKU
THE FREQUENCY DISTRIBUTION OF MEASUREMENTS OF THE ENLARGED SPLEEN IN A MALARIOUS CHILD COMMUNITY.
S R CHRISTOPHERS
A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE NUMERICAL CONTENT OF CERTAIN BACTERIAL SUSPENSIONS OBTAINED BY THE HAEMOCYTOMETER METHOD AND BROWNS OPACITY TUBES.
B TIMOTHY,J CUNNINGHAM
A REVISION OF THE CULICINE MOSQUITOES OF INDIA. Part XII. FURTHER DESCRIPTIONS OF INDIAN SPECIES OF CULEX L. INCLUDING TWO NEW SPECIES.
P J BARRAUD
A REVISION OF THE CULICINE MOSQUITOES OF INDIA. Part XIII. FURTHER DESCRIPTIONS OF INDIAN SPECIES OF CULEX L INCLUDING THREE NEW SPECIES
P J BARRAUD
ON THE RAT-BITE SPIROCHAETE
R ROW
NOTE ON THE APPEARANCE OF A VIOLET PRODUCING ORGANISM IN CERTAIN WATER SUPPLIES OF THE MADRAS PRESIDENCY.
J CUNNINGHAM,T N S RAGHAVACHARI
  
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