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A STUDY OF THE RELATION OF TREPONEMA PALLIDUM TO LYMPHOID TISSUES IN EXPERIMENTAL SYPHILIS.
Pearce L, Brown WH. Pearce L, et al. J Exp Med. 1922 Jan 1;35(1):39-62. doi: 10.1084/jem.35.1.39. J Exp Med. 1922. PMID: 19868586 Free PMC article.
The lymph nodes, therefore, function as reservoirs of the organisms. The ability to recover the spirochetes from lymphoid tissue through successive generations is seen in the serial passage of lymph node emulsion to testicle during an 18 months period. …
The lymph nodes, therefore, function as reservoirs of the organisms. The ability to recover the spirochetes from lympho …
EXPERIMENTAL SYPHILIS IN THE RABBIT : III. LOCAL DISSEMINATION, LOCAL RECURRENCE, AND INVOLVEMENT OF REGIONAL LYMPHATICS.
Brown WH, Pearce L. Brown WH, et al. J Exp Med. 1920 May 31;31(6):749-64. doi: 10.1084/jem.31.6.749. J Exp Med. 1920. PMID: 19868424 Free PMC article.
There may be no lesions to indicate the progress of this dissemination, but an examination of the inguinal nodes shows that dissemination occurs very soon after inoculation, and a pallidum reaction may be detected in these glands even before infection can be recognized in …
There may be no lesions to indicate the progress of this dissemination, but an examination of the inguinal nodes shows that dissemina …
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