TUMOR OF THE CRUS CEREBRI

JOHN H. W. RHEIN
1914 Journal of the American Medical Association  
To Summarize : Two cases of typical non-suppura¬ tive nephritis with positive bactériologie findings are described. In the first case, which was apparently an acute nephritis, it is probable that the portal of entry for the organisms was a pyorrhea ; the bacterial flora of the urine corresponded closely with that of the pus from the gums. In the second, more chronic, 1. Touche: Neurol.
doi:10.1001/jama.1914.02570190046017 fatcat:76xh26o45zc55i4xvfk6t7ufdu