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