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  1. 40407031690
    Author(s):Ruffin, J. M.
    Title:Amebic dysentery in North Carolina.
    Subject(s):Dysentery amebic: Geographical occurrence
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Am. J. Digest. Dis.
    Date of Publication:1938–39
    Pagination:5: 153–5.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 4/Page 703
  2. 40407031250
    Author(s):Thomas, W. S.
    Title:A rapid, easy and reliable iron hematoxylin stain for amebic cysts in feces.
    Subject(s):Dysentery amebic: Diagnosis
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Am. J. Clin. Path.
    Date of Publication:1937
    Pagination:7: suppl., 35–7.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 4/Page 703
  3. 40407031440
    Author(s):Brenner, C.
    Title:Endemic amebic dysentery in New England.
    Subject(s):Dysentery amebic: Geographical occurrence
    Journal Title Abbreviation:N. England J. M.
    Date of Publication:1937
    Pagination:217: 859–61.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 4/Page 703
  4. 40407031570
    Author(s):Hinman, E. H.
    Kampmeier, R. H.
    Title:Clinical intestinal amebiasis; a study of 400 cases from Charity Hospital at New Orleans.
    Subject(s):Dysentery amebic: Geographical occurrence
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Am. J. Trop. M.
    Date of Publication:1937
    Pagination:17: 263–78.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 4/Page 703
  5. 40407031730
    Author(s):Spector, B. K.
    Title:Amebiasis in Chicago, December, 1933, to June, 1936.
    Subject(s):Dysentery amebic: Geographical occurrence
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Am. J. Pub. Health
    Date of Publication:1937
    Pagination:27: 694–700.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 4/Page 703
  6. 40407031130
    Author(s):Kampmeier, R. H.
    Hinman, E. H.
    Title:An analysis of the laboratory data from 400 cases.
    Subject(s):Dysentery amebic: Diagnosis
    Journal Title Abbreviation:J. Lab. Clin. M.
    Date of Publication:1936–37
    Pagination:22: 985–91.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 4/Page 703
  7. 40407031090
    Author(s):Harmos, O.
    Title:Results of 1,000 routine fecal examinations, with a case report showing an unusual approach in determining infestation with Endamoeba histolytica.
    Subject(s):Dysentery amebic: Diagnosis
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Hosp. News
    Place of Publication:Wash.
    Date of Publication:1936
    Pagination:3: No. 3, 20–3.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 4/Page 703
  8. 40407031180
    Author(s):McCoy, G. W.
    Hardy, A. V.
    Title:The clinical diagnosis of amebic dysentery.
    Subject(s):Dysentery amebic: Diagnosis
    Journal Title Abbreviation:J. Am. M. Ass.
    Date of Publication:1936
    Pagination:107: 1357–9.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 4/Page 703
  9. 40407031370
    Title:Epidemic amebic dysentery.
    Subject(s):Dysentery amebic: Epidemiology
    Journal Title Abbreviation:J. Am. M. Ass.
    Date of Publication:1936
    Pagination:107: 969.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 4/Page 703
  10. 40407031280
    Author(s):Trowell, H. C.
    Title:Loose stools with particular reference to amoebiasis; discussion on the common major diseases of the large bowel.
    Subject(s):Dysentery amebic: Diagnosis
    Journal Title Abbreviation:East Afr. M. J.
    Date of Publication:1935–36
    Pagination:12: 299–310.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 4/Page 703
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