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1. B e n i g n . — A d e n o m a of bronchus, lipoma, fibroma, rarely osteoma and chondroma. These tumours do not cause loss of weight, loss of appetite, or fall in H b . —Under 4 0 in 60 per cent. —Females 60 per cent. A B Fig. —Benign tumours. A, P . A . view showing collapse at right base. N o t e : Displacement of mediastinum towards lesion. Collapse of lobe giving triangular shadow. Diaphragm—normal position. B, Right lateral view. N o t e : Triangular collapsed area posteriorly indicating collapse of right lower lobe.

C a t t l e : always bovine bacillus. M a n : both types. 4. T R A N S M U T A T I O N . — N o proof that bovine changes to human type in the body. C O N C L U S I O N S : (1) Infection in phthisis is of human origin, with rare exceptions; (2) Primary abdominal disease and cervical adenitis are predominantly bovine. , in butter (Rabinowitch's bacillus), in milk, hay (Timothy-grass bacillus); m a y cause local lesions on injection. Also, in animals, Johne's bacillus (chronic bovine pseudotuberculous enteritis).

Chronic pulmonary tuberculosis with cavitation due to destruction of lung tissues. Note: (i) Displacement of mediastinum towards lesion; (ii) Contraction of upper lobe; (iii) Thick-walled irregular-shaped cavity. —Obliterated b y inflammation, but are last tissue affected: thus m a y persist as strands running through cavities, with blood circulating. M a y rupture from (a) erosion of wall, or (b) formation of aneurysms: serious haemorrhage results. P L E U R A . — A l w a y s affected in chronic phthisis.

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