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Oral spirochetes and related organisms in fuso-spirochetal disease.
David Tillerson Smith
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Oral Spirochetes and Related Organisms in Fuso-Spirochetal Disease. important member in a symbiotic group of anaërobic organisms which is capable of initiating a severe and often fatal disease. The first five chapters of this book deal with the biological characteristics of the mouth organisms.
These are followed by presentation of the. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Smith, David T. (David Tillerson), Oral spirochetes and related organisms in fuso-spirochetal disease.
This book presents an excellent, comprehensive work on the oral spirochetes and related organisms with the many diseases that the author believes are caused by them. David T. Smith has been a leading advocate of the fusospirochetal etiology of abscess of the lungs and bronchiectasis.
Fusospirochetal disease is preventable, its diagnosis is easily established, and its treatment is fundamentally the same in all the various types of lesions. The closely woven story of history, experimental data, reproduction in animals, clinical picture and treatment is of rare value to the clinician.
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Author(s): Smith,David T(David Tillerson), Title(s): Oral spirochetes and related organisms in fuso-spirochetal disease,by David T. Smith Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Baltimore, The Williams & Wilkins company, Oral spirochetes and related organisms in fuso-spirochetal disease.
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PDF. Ann Intern Med. ;6(7). Accounting with Sage for Windows by David Royall and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The disease is commonly regarded as a fuso-spirochetal infection but other organisms, mostly anaerobic, are almost equally characteristic of the disease whether it is confined to the oral and pharyngeal mucosa or inÂ volves other tissues, as in tropical ulcer, putrid bronchitis, and pulÂ monary abscess and gangrene.
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