The Hawaiian Forester and Agriculturist: Quarterly Magazine of Forestry, Entomology, Plant Inspection and Animal Industry, Bind 8,Del 1

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Advertiser Publishing Company, Limited, 1916

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Side 3 - Report of the Board of Commissioners of Agriculture and Forestry, for the year ending December 31, 1906; 212 pp.; 3 plates; 4 maps; 7 text figures. "Notice to Importers,
Side 28 - An annotated reference list of the more common trees and shrubs of the Konahuanui region. Hawaiian For.
Side 12 - ... 5 5 9-10 1 4 5 10-12 235 Total, 7 65 72 The summary is as follows : 5-12 years Human, 4; Bovine, 30. 0-5 " Human, 3; Bovine, 35. Eighty-four per cent of the cases two years old and under were fed on unsterilized cow's milk. This demonstrates in a striking manner what has been shown before, namely, that in addition to the deaths caused in children by the bovine tubercle bacillus, a very large percentage of the tuberculous deformities also come from the same source.
Side 11 - He says in thirty years' experience he has never seen a case of tuberculosis which he could ascribe to the use of milk.
Side 11 - ... Laboratory of Hygiene, the University of Wisconsin. For several years past, at the request of Dr. Coit, I have been in the habit of giving a short review of the work done during the past year on the relation bovine tuberculosis bears to the human disease, and on the evidence of its transmissibility. Practically all scientific men consider the question as having been definitely settled in favor of the view that the bovine disease is transmissible to human beings, and especially to children. The...
Side 12 - ... the oldest lesions. It has been further shown that the tubercle bacillus can penetrate the mucous membrane of the intestine and reach the lung without causing a lesion at the point of entrance. This report by Medin has only an indirect, though important, bearing on the subject matter. It illustrates the kind of reasoning which has led to so much error on this question in the past. The most important piece of work of the year concerning the infection of children by the bovine tubercle bacillus...
Side 12 - ... against this 402 sort of testimony. Bacteriological examinations, wherever done, have shown the impossibility of detecting bovine tuberculosis clinically. It is probably impossible to determine the portal of entrance by what are considered postmortem the oldest lesions. It has been further shown that the tubercle bacillus can penetrate the mucous membrane of the intestine and reach the lung without causing a lesion at the point of entrance.
Side 11 - ... all scientific men consider the question as having been definitely settled in favor of the view that the bovine disease is transmissible to human beings, and especially to children. The only thing that remains to be determined is the actual percentage of cases which are due to the bovine bacillus — in other words, the public health importance of the bovine disease. In spite of the facts stated, one occasionally finds articles which oppose this view to a greater or less extent. During the past...

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