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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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leishmanin skin test 305 parasite identification and culture 304-5 serology 305 drug therapy 305-7 history 18-19, 287-8 immunology 296-7 leishmaniasis recidiva 292-3, 299, 301 mucosal 301, 302 treatment 308 organisms see Leishmania spp. post-kala-azar dermal leishmaniasis 304 prevention 308-9 visceral 301-3 in AIDS/HIV infection 203 immune response to 296 treatment 307 viscerotropic 303-4 leishmanin skin test 305 leopard skin 467, 468 Leuckart, R. 457, 480, 585-6 leukovorin 131, 132, 133 levamisole 449, 579 Linnaeus, Carl 10 lipophosphoglycan (LPG) 293, 297 liposome-encapsulated amphotericin B 306, 307 liver abscesses, Entamoeba histolytica see amebic liver abscesses liver function in malaria 63 liver infection
Fasciola hepatica 415, 416 microsporidia 183 Paragonimus spp. 422, 425 liver-trapping phenomenon 507 Livingstone, David 17 Loa loa 434 epidemiology 445-6 life-cycle 445 loiasis 445 clinical manifestations 446 complications 446-7
diagnosis 441, 447 organism see Loa loa prevention 448 treatment 448 Looss, Arthur 7, 11 lovastatin 109
Low, George Carmichael 9, 16, 18 LPG (lipophosphoglycan) 293, 297 lumbar puncture 74 lung flukes see pulmonary flukes Lyme disease concurrent with babesiosis 106, 108, 109-10 lymphatic filariae epidemiology
Brugia malayi and B. timori 434-5 Wucheria bancrofti 435 life-cycle 434 lymphatic filariasis 433-4 acute manifestations 436-7 asymptomatic microfilaremia 436 bancroftian filariasis 434, 436 lymphedema of the limbs 438 male genital disease 438-9 brugian filariasis 434, 436, 438 chronic manifestations 437-8 adenopathy 440 chyluria 439 filarial granulomata 439 hydroceles 438-9 lymphedema of the genitalia 439 lymphedema of the limbs 438 tropical pulmonary eosinophilia (TPE) 439 diagnosis 440 antigen detection 441 imaging studies 442
microscopical detection and speciation 440-1 PCR 442 serology 441-2 disease mapping 46
at global and regional levels 46-8 at village level 48-9 history 8-9
microfilaraemia and chronic disease, meta-analysis 41-4
in movers to endemic areas 440 organisms see lymphatic filariae pathology 435 prevention and control 445 treatment
acute manifestations 443 asymptomatic microfilaremia 442-3 chronic manifestations 443-5 dosage of DEC 445 lymphoscintigraphy 442
macrophage inflammatory protein-1a 296
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macrophages, in immunity to Leishmania spp. 293-6
magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
granulomatous amebic encephalitis 281 neurocysticercosis 622, 626 primary amebic meningoencephalitis 280 toxoplasmosis 126, 127 malaria airport 68
antimalarial drugs 81-6 cerebral 60, 79 clinical examination 74 clinical features 69 in children 71 falciparum malaria 70
Plasmodium vivax/P. ovale/P. malariae malarias 70-1
in pregnancy 71 clinical management, in pregnancy 81 clinical management, severe malaria 78 anemia 79
bacterial infections 79 cerebral malaria 79 chemotherapy 80-1 circulatory collapse 79 exchange transfusion 79-80 follow-up 81 hydration 78 hypoglycemia 79 renal function 78 clinical management, uncomplicated malaria 74, 77-8 drug dosages 76
eradication therapy, Plasmodium vivax/P. ovale malarias 75-6 Plasmodium falciparum malaria 75, 76-7 Plasmodium vivax/P. ovale/P. malariae malarias 74-5 control 86-7
chemoprophylaxis in endemic areas 87 early treatment 86-7 vector control 87-8 epidemiology
Anopheles mosquito variation 67 drug resistance 69, p.vi geographic distribution 66-7, p.vi patterns of clinical disease 68-9 prevalence 66 resurgence 66 transmission modes 67-8 history 14-16, 53-4 immunity 63 clinical, in endemic areas 64-5 innate resistance 64 non-specific 64 specific (acquired) 63-4
laboratory diagnosis 71 microscopy 71-3 PCR 73
rapid antigen tests 73, 74 serology 73, 74 organisms see Plasmodium spp; specific Plasmodia pathology of clinical syndromes 61 anemia 62 cerebral malaria 61-2 hypoglycemia 63 pregnancy 63 renal failure 62-3 respiratory distress 62 thrombocytopenia and coagulation 62 prevention in travelers 88 chemoprophylaxis 88-90 presumptive treatment 90 role of the spleen 60, 61 splenectomized patients 71 vaccine development 25, 91 blood stage vaccines 91-2 DNA vaccines 92 pre-erythrocytic vaccines 91 transmission-blocking vaccines 92 Malarone® 76, 78, 86, 89, 90 Manson, Patrick 6, 8, 9, 11, 16 Mansonella ozzardi 434 epidemiology 450 life-cycle 441, 450, 461 Mansonella perstans 434 epidemiology 449 life-cycle 441, 449, 461 MAP-4 397
mast cells in Trichinella expulsion 524 Mazzotti test 470 mebendazole treatment
clonorchiasis and opisthorchiasis 414 cystic echinococcosis 605 eosinophilic enteritis 539 intestinal nematode infections 578 perstans filariasis 449 strongyloidiasis 492 toxocariasis 515 trichinellosis 530 mefloquine treatment 82-3 prophylaxis 76, 89, 90 severe malaria 81 uncomplicated malaria 75, 77 megadisease 339, 341, 343-4, 347-8 meglumine antimonate 306, 307 Melanesian ovalocytosis 64 melarsoprol 330-1 meningeal cysticercosis 624, 627 mepacrine hydrochloride 54 merogony, microsporidia 173, 174, 176, 178, 180 meronts
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