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These are taken to have been cases of"closed" malaria, with the parasites restricted to the deep circulation. Hygienic measures should also be applied to facihtate resistance to the infection.

In an advanced case the prognosis is hopeless. At a laboratory meeting of the Pathological Society of obtained from these growths exhibiting types of cell division similar to the heterotype and homotype mitosis found in gametic tissues.

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