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Principles and practice of Clinical parasitology - Gillespie S.

Gillespie S. Principles and practice of Clinical parasitology - Wiley publishing , 2001. - 675 p.
ISBN 0-471-97729-2
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immune tolerance in cysticercosis 621 in onchocerciasis 462, 463 in strongyloidiasis 487 immunocompromised patients cryptosporidiosis in 150, 154 granulomatous amebic encephalitis in 274-5 microsporidial infections in 180, 181, 189, 191 reactivation of Trypanosoma cruzi 344, 348 Strongyloides stercoralis hyperinfection 485-6 toxoplasmosis in 124-6, 132-3 transfusion-associated Chagas’ disease in 342 see also AIDS)HIV infection immunotherapy for leishmaniasis 308 imported malaria 68, 69 incremental cost-effectiveness ratios 33-4 inflammatory response, cysticercosis 621, 624 innate resistance to malaria 64 insecticidal control blackflies 472-3 mosquitoes 54, 87
impregnated bednets 87-8 sand flies 308-9 tsetse flies 331 insecticide resistance 473
intensity of infection, intestinal nematodes 27,28, 565-6 interferon gamma (IFNy)
in cryptosporidiosis immunity 146 in leishmaniasis immunity 293, 294, 295, 296 mediation of Trypanosoma brucei immune suppression 321 in microsporidiosis immunity 183 recombinant
Chagas’ disease treatment 347 leishmaniasis treatment 306-7, 308 response to Entamoeba histolytica 202 stimulation of trypanosomal growth 321-2 in toxoplasmosis immunity 120, 121 in Trypanosoma cruzi immunity 339 interleukin 1 (IL-1) 295
interleukin 2 (iL-2) 295, 296, 339, 462
interleukin 4 (lL-4) 295, 296, 462
interleukin 5 (lL-5) 295, 296, 462, 463, 524
interleukin 6 (IL-6) 462, 470
interleukin 8 (IL-8) 152
interleukin 10 (IL-10) 295, 296, 340, 462, 463 interleukin 12 (lL-12) 121, 146, 295, 488 intestinal ascariasis 568 intestinal disease pathogenesis Cryptosporidium parvum 142-5 microsporidia 181, p.iv, p.v intestinal nematodes entry to the host 566 epidemiology
global disease burden 564
infection intensity and transmission 565-6
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intestinal nematodes (cont) history 561 laboratory diagnosis
egg identification 577-8 flotation techniques 577 formol-ether concentration 577 Kato-Katz technique 577 larval identification 578 simple fecal smears 576-7 specimen handling 576 life-cycles 566 pathogenesis
cognitive impairment 562 morbidity 563-4 prevention and control 580 species associated with human intestines 562, 563 treatment 578-80 see also specific organisms intestinal obstruction with Ascaris lumbricoides 568 intestinal trematodes 635, 639 infecting humans 636-7, 638 life-cycles 635, 637 see also specific organisms intradermal test for paragonimiasis 427, 428 iodination of water 234 iodoquinol 211, 364 ipecac bark 198 iron
effects on Trichomonas vaginalis 247, 249 loss in hookworm infection 570 irradiated cercarial vaccines 387 isosporiasis
clinical features 157 clinical management 157-8 epidemiology 156-7 history 156 Isospora belli 156 laboratory diagnosis 157 pathogenesis and immunology 156 prevention and control 158-9 ivermectin treatment
adverse reactions in loiasis 448, 472 cutaneous larva migrans 539 lymphatic filariasis 443 Mansonella ozzardi infections 450 onchocerciasis 471 adverse reactions 472 mass treatment campaigns 474 strongyloidiasis 492 Ixodes scapularis life-cycle 101
kala-azar 301-3
Kartulis, Staphanos 12
karyotypic analyses, Blastocystis hominis 360
Katayama fever 370, 388-9
Kato-Katz technique 392, 577
Katsurada, Fujiro 11, 370 keyhole limpet antibodies 394 kinetoplasts
Leishmania spp. 288, 289, 297 Trypanosoma brucei 316, 318, 322, 330 Trypanosoma cruzi 336, 346 kissing bugs see triatomine vectors knob-associated histidine-rich protein (KAHRP) 62 knock-out mice, egg granuloma studies 385, 386
lactoferrin 152
lactose malabsorption 228
laminated layer, Echinococcus spp. 591, 593, 594, 598, 604 Landsat Thematic Mapper 45 larva currens 489 larvae
Dracunculus medinensis 553, 555, 556, 557 Echinococcus spp. see hydatid cysts Gnathostoma spinigerum 541 hookworm 537-8, 569 intestinal nematode 566, 578 lymphatic filariae 434 Onchocerca volvulus 458, 459 Sparganum mansoni 546 Strongyloides stercoralis 482-4 Taenia spp. see metacestodes: Taenia spp.
Toxocara spp. 502, 503, 504, 505 Trichinella spp. 522, 523 larvicidal control of blackflies 472-3 latent microsporidial infections 183 Laveran, Alphonse 14, 53, 479 Leeuwenhoek, Anthony van 1-2, 10, 12, 13, 219 Leidy, Joseph 19, 521 Leishman, William 19, 287 Leishmania spp. 288, 289 of the Americas L. (L.) amazonensis 298 L. (L.) chagasi 296, 298-9, 302 L. (L.) mexicana 298 L. (V.) braziliensis 296, 298 L. (V.) guyanensis 298 L. (V.) panamensis 298 L. (V.) peruviana 298 biochemistry 297 classification 288 cultivation 290, 291, 304 epidemiology 288, 297-8 immunology 293 interactions with macrophages 293-4 mouse models of cell-mediated immunity 294-6 life-cycle 290 molecular biology 297 morphological forms 288, 289, 291, 292 of the Old World L. (L.) aethiopica 299
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L. (L.) donovani 294-5, 296 L. (L.) dovani 299-300 L. (L.) major 295, 299 L. (L.) tropica 299 L. (L.) infantum 299-300 pathogenesis 291 cutaneous disease 291, 292-3 visceral disease 293 vectors 289, 290 leishmaniasis cutaneous diffuse 292, 301 immune response to 296 simple 300-1 treatment 307-8 diagnosis
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