E. D. W. Greig

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one is seen from the statement that the mortality from liver abscess in the British Army in India stands next to enteric fever, which has the highest death-rate. It is admitted generally at the present time that tropical abscess of the liver is caused by the invasion of the liver tissue by amoebae, and is secondary to a primary amoebic infection of the(More)
In my investigations on the etiology of enteric fever in India I dealt with the relation of the B. typhosus to the biliary passages and its important bearing on the " carrier" question. That the cholera vibrio is limited to the alimentary tract was the generally accepted view in regard to its distribution in the tissues of man when I commenced my research(More)
It is now connected with the coast town of Mombassa by a line of railway through British territory. The Uganda Protectorate lies round the Northern Lake. Until recent years Uganda was practically closed to trade, but with the opening up ('antral Africa it ceased to be so. In this connection Sir Ray Lankester writes + : " The Sleeping Sickness of tropical(More)