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" That during the progress of these changes the cells of the cartilage become enlarged, rounded, and filled with corpuscles, in lieu of healthy cells ; bursting subsequently, and discharging their contents into the texture on the surface ; whilst the hyaline... "
A Manual of Physiology and of the Principles of Disease - Page 451
by Edward Dillon Mapother - 1864 - 567 pages
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London Medical Gazette: Or, Journal of Practical Medicine, Volume 46

1850
...cartilages are connected with changes in the texture, which, are essentially similar to each other. 2d. That during the progress of these changes the cells...enlarged, rounded, and filled with corpuscles, in Heu of healthy cells, bursting subsequently, and discharging their contents into the texture on the...
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The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery, Issues 21-22

William Braithwaite, James Braithwaite, Edmond Fauriel Trevelyan - Medicine - 1850
...cartilage* aro •connected with changes in the texture, which are essentially similar to each other. 2. That during the progress of these changes, the cells of the cartilage l>e1:0111. enlarged, rounded, and filled with corpuscles in lieu of healthy cell*, bursting subsequently,...
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The Retrospect of Medicine: Being a Half-yearly Journal ..., Volume 22

1851
...cartilages are connected with changes in the texture, which are essentially similar to each other. 2. That during the progress of these changes, the cells...surface ; whilst the hyaline substance splits into bauds and fibres, the changed hyaline substance and the discharged corpuscles of the cells afterwards...
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The Principles and practice of surgery

William Pirrie - 1852 - 784 pages
...are connected with changes in the texture, which are essentially similar to each other. Second, — That during the progress of these changes, the cells...cells ; bursting, subsequently, and discharging their content* into the texture on the surface ; whilst the hyaline substance splits into bands and fibres,...
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Transactions of The Pathological Society of London.Volume Sixth 1854-55

The Pathological Society of London - 1855
...of the capillary vessels of the bone. And by Mr. Redfern, — through the following process : — " The cells of the cartilage become enlarged, rounded,...and filled with corpuscles in lieu of healthy cells. They then burst, and discharge their contents, while the hyaline substance splits into bands and fibres,...
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