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- 1.1. Agglutinin titer for the staphylococcus, B. colt, and B. typhosus was determined in the serum, gall-bladder bile, and hepatic bile obtained at operation from a series of 23 patients.
- 2.2. In the specimens obtained from the patients who did not have gallstones, no agglutinin was present in hepatic bile; and agglutinin was present only to the colon bacillus in the gall-bladder bile of 1 of 6 patients. The serum of these patients contained bacterial agglutinin in low titer.
- 3.3. The hepatic bile in the patients with cholelithiasis contained agglutinin in 2 of 6 instances. The gall-bladder bile contained agglutinin in every one of the 1.2 patients with calculi. The serum agglutinin titer in these patients with gallstones was high.
- 4.4. The presence of bacterial agglutinin in patients who have cholelithiasis and the absence of bacterial agglutinin in those patients who do not have biliary calculi may be of significance in the etiology of gallstones
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Received: December 20, 1938
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