Studies on Inflammation : v. the Mechanism of Fixation by the Inflammatory Reaction.

  • Valy Menkin
  • Published in The Journal of experimental medicine

Abstract

Microscopic studies show the presence of a network of fibrin within the tissues and numerous thrombosed lymphatics at the site of inflammation. Precipitated iron compounds, possibly coagulated horse serum, or particulate matter caught in this fibrinous reticulum will disseminate less readily than trypan blue from the site of inflammation. Trypan blue… (More)

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@article{MenkinStudiesOI, title={Studies on Inflammation : v. the Mechanism of Fixation by the Inflammatory Reaction.}, author={Valy Menkin}, journal={The Journal of experimental medicine}, volume={53 2}, pages={171-7} }