Plate XXII (Fig. 3): Large areas of atelectasis in an emphysematous lobe of a dog's lung. (Fig. 4) Tongue, larynx, and trachea of dog 2 days after exposure to mustard gas, showing edema of larynx, membranous tracheitis, and laryngitis.
Winternitz, M. C. (Milton C.). “Plate XXII (Fig. 3): Large Areas of Atelectasis in an Emphysematous Lobe of a Dog's Lung. (Fig. 4) Tongue, Larynx, and Trachea of Dog 2 Days after Exposure to Mustard Gas, Showing Edema of Larynx, Membranous Tracheitis, and Laryngitis.” Collected Studies on the Pathology of War Gas Poisoning. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, 1920. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/fq977t947.
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