A SIMPLE METHOD OF TREATMENT OF HEMANGIOMA

CARL BECK
1903 Journal of the American Medical Association  
ert's chrome alum, and good results were obtained with both Midler's and formalin hardened tissues, the medul¬ lated sheaths of the nerves taking the stain. The osmic acid method was used similarly to the above, and gave good results following Weigert's chrome alum solution. Mummery's iron and tannin used after Miiller's fluid stained the nerve fibers, but the results were not so good as with the two previous stains. Mr. Howard Mum¬ mery, however, has been able by this stain to trace fine nerve
more » ... to trace fine nerve fibers from the nerve bundles.
doi:10.1001/jama.1903.92490450007001c fatcat:5nz5tfmqfvhhnn3ld2f4mamq3u