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|Other titles||Disease germs: their real nature., Disease germs: their supposed nature., Medical times and gazette.|
|Statement||by Lionel S. Beale|
|Contributions||Royal College of Physicians of London|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 472 p. :|
|Number of Pages||472|
Heart disease encompasses many diseases of the heart and blood vessels, such as high blood pressure, heart attacks, angina pectoris (chest pain or discomfort caused by a reduced blood supply to the heart muscle), stroke and heart failure. In this respect, my article can be placed among the recent historical works that trace the development of medical research on human diseases after the birth of the germ theory. 16 While not neglecting the importance of germs, early twentieth-century studies of their nature and of human diseases revealed more complex aspects—the host body as Cited by:
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In his book On Disease Germs (), Beale attacked both those who believed that the agents of contagion were bacteria (i.e., plants) and those who believed that disease germs did not exist; he proposed instead the unique theory that disease germs are minute particles of degraded protoplasm derived by direct descent from the normal protoplasm. The Lancet Lumleian Lectures ON LIFE AND ON VITAL ACTION IN HEALTH AND DISEASE. Delivered at the Royal College of Physicians, BY LIONEL S. BEALE, M.A., F.R.S., PHYSICIAN TO KING'S COLLEGE HOSPITAL. LECTURE I.-PART II. BIOPLASM OF BACTERIUM. THE living matter of the bacterium is probably the lowest, simplest form of bioplasm in nature.
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1 & 2 originally published as separate works: Disease germs, their supposed nature; Disease germs, their real nature. 3 issued originally in the Medical times and gazette, AU - Beale, Lionel S. (Lionel Smith),Book Edition: 2nd Ed. Full text of "Disease germs: their supposed nature: an original investigation with critical remarks" See other formats This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.
If the opinion is very generally entertained that the materies morbi, the virus or coiitagium of contagious diseases consists of germs which are introduced into the organism, the exact nature of the germs in question, at any rate is the subject of much discussion, and, indeed, the nature of germs generally, as well as the question of origin of.
Disease germs: their nature and origin / By Lionel S. (Lionel Smith) Beale and Royal College of Physicians of London. Topics: Bacteria, Electronic books, Germ theory of diseaseAuthor: Lionel S.
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Title(s): Disease germs, their supposed nature; an original investigation with critical remarks. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, Churchill, Description: ix, 85 p.
ill. Language: English Notes: Based on lectures delivered at Oxford, 2d ed. published as 1st part of Disease germs, their nature and origin. Based on lectures delivered at Oxford, 2d ed.
published as 1st part of Disease germs, their nature and origin. The history of quarantine—how it began, how it was used in the past, and how it is used in the modern era—is a fascinating topic in history of sanitation.
Over the centuries, from the time of the Black Death to the first pandemics of the twenty-first century, public health control measures have been an essential way to reduce contact Cited by: Description: xx, p.
ill. Language: English Notes: Pts. 1 & 2 published as separate works: Disease germs, their supposed nature; Disease germs, their real nature.
3 issued originally in the Medical times and gazette, Description: xv, p. ill. Language: English Notes: Based on lectures delivered at Oxford, 2d ed.
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Popular Science Monthly/Volume 20/December /Disease-Germs. From Wikisource but their fungoid nature and life-history were first worked-out a few years since by a young German physician named Koch, whose account of it was soon confirmed by Cohn, the eminent Botanical Professor of Breslau, and afterward in this country by Mr.