Fig. 16: Dilatation of small bronchus with epithelial necrosis; small masses of bacteria (to left) with leucocytic infiltration; death 72 hours after exposure. Fig. 17: Small group of cocci in lung 24 hours after exposure.
Winternitz, M. C. (Milton C.). “Fig. 16: Dilatation of Small Bronchus with Epithelial Necrosis; Small Masses of Bacteria (to Left) with Leucocytic Infiltration; Death 72 Hours after Exposure. Fig. 17: Small Group of Cocci in Lung 24 Hours after Exposure.” Collected Studies on the Pathology of War Gas Poisoning. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press, 1920. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/jh343s452.
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