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" Bowditch, in examining forty persons of different professions, and living different kinds of life, found in almost all vegetable and animal parasites. The parasites were numerous in proportion to the neglect of cleanliness. The means ordinarily employed... "
Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science - Página 275
1874
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Hall's Journal of Health, Volume 20

1873
...living different kinds of life, found in almost all vegetable and animal parasites. The parasites were numerous in proportion to the neglect of cleanliness....to clean the teeth had no effect on the parasites, while soapy water appeared to destroy them. If this be a true version of the causes of caries — the...
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The Missouri Dental Journal, Volume 6

Homer Judd, Christopher W. Spalding, Henry Seymour Chase - 1874
...free who cleansed their teeth several times a day, and at least once with soap. The parasites were numerous in proportion to the neglect of cleanliness....ordinarily employed to clean the teeth had no effect upon these parasites, whilst soap appeared to destroy them. M. Kolliker, out of twenty or thirty young...
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Transactions of the American Dental Association at Its ... Annual ..., Volume 13

American Dental Association - 1873
...free who cleansed their teeth several times a day, and at least once with soap. The parasites were numerous in proportion to the neglect of cleanliness....ordinarily employed to clean the teeth had no effect upon these parasites, whilst soap appeared to destroy them. M. Kolliker, out of twenty or thirty young...
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Freemason's Monthly, Volume 5

1874
...kinds of life, found iu almost all of them vegetable and animal parasites. The parasites were abundant in proportion to the neglect of cleanliness. The means...to clean the teeth had no effect on the parasites, while soapy water appeared to destroy them. ЛУе may remark that it is several years since attention...
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Nashville Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 13

1874
...living different kinds ot life, found, in almost all, vegetable and animal parasites. The parasites were numerous in proportion to the neglect of cleanliness. The means ordinarily employed to clean the teeth hau no effect on the parasites, whilst soapy water appeared to destroy them. If this be a true version...
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Baltimore Physician and Surgeon, Volumes 2-6

1874
...living different kinds of life, found in almost all vegetable and animal parasites. The parasites were numerous in proportion to the neglect of cleanliness. The means ordinarily employed to clean the leelh had no effect on the parasites, whilst soapy water appeared to destroy them. If this lie a true...
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Medical Brief, Volume 4

1877
...kinds of life, found in almost all of them vegetable and animal parasites. The parasites were abundant in proportion to the neglect of cleanliness. The means...to clean the teeth had no effect on the parasites, while soapy water appeared to destroy them. We may remark that it is several years since attention...
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Dental Caries and Its Causes: An Investigation Into the Influence of Fungi ...

Theodor Leber, J. B. Rottenstein - 1878 - 103 páginas
...be free who cleaned their teeth several times a day, and at least once with soap. The parasites were numerous in proportion to the neglect of cleanliness....ordinarily employed to clean the teeth had no effect upon these parasites, whilst soap appeared to destroy them. M. Kolliker, out of twenty to thirty young...
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Medical Brief: A Monthly Journal of Scientific Medicine and Surgery, Volume 4

1877
...kinds of life, found in almost all of them vegetable and animal parasites. The parasites were abundant in proportion to the neglect of cleanliness. The means...to clean the teeth had no effect on the parasites, while soapy water appeared to destroy them. We may remark that it is several years since attention...
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