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Worms In The Bronchial Tubes






Category: SURGICAL OPERATIONS.

Inflammation of the bronchial tubes is often caused by worms of the
strongylus species. Upon examination after death, the bronchial
passages are completely blocked-up by these hangers-on.

Symptoms.--A rough, staring coat; hide-bound; painful cough;
respiration hurried, etc.

Treatment.--But little can be done by way of treatment in this
disease. The administration of small doses of spirits of turpentine has,
in some instances, proved successful.





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