As a result of tabulating the findings in the various stages of activity, it appears that the suspension stability of the blood in pulmonary tuberculosis parallels the activity of the process.

With an increase in the pulse rate and temperature, there is also an increase in the sedimentation rate of erythrocytes.

The toxicity of the blood plasma in pulmonary tuberculosis is also increased for the guinea-pig. The pulse, temperature, suspension stability of erythrocytes, and toxicity of the blood plasma are parallel with each other.

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