A NEW STAIN FOR DIPHTHERIA BACILLI

Henry Albert
1920 Journal of the American Medical Association  
colon and in the liver. The gallbladder was dilated, the fluid increased in amount, hemorrhagic, and contained a large white mass resembling a colony of yeasts. From the gallbladder, as well as from a liver abscess, Monilia was recovered in culture, mixed with Staphylococcus aureus. SUMMARY From this case of sprue, a yeast was recovered which corresponds in the main to Monilia of Ashford. It is perhaps somewhat of interest because there are few recorded cases of sprue studied in temperate
more » ... in temperate climates from an etiologic standpoint. The organism was isolated on -\-1 glucose agar plates from the stool, tongue, sputum and a tooth abscess.
doi:10.1001/jama.1920.26210010001011 fatcat:3n3w3pnk6fa7xbql7gvxgrunqe