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Histological study of the development of experimental granulomata in scorbutic guineapigs

, : Histological study of the development of experimental granulomata in scorbutic guineapigs. Arch. Anat. micr, 33: 129-150

In 60 male gnineapigs the effects were examined of deprivation of vitamin C, and its subsequent administration, on the organization of a subcutaneous clot produced by severing limb muscles, and on the production of aseptic giant cell granulomata produced by injecting kieselguhr into the peritoneal cavity.


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