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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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Cryptosporidium parvum 141, 142
INDEX
661
Cyclospora spp. 166
microsporidia 172, 173, 174-5, 176-7, 178-9 merozoites
Babesia spp. 100, 103 Cryptosporidium parvum 141, 142, 147 Plasmodium spp. 54, 55, 56, 58, 92 meta-analyses 37-8, 44 examples 38-44 metacercariae, intestinal trematodes 635, 637, 638, 641, 643 metacestodes
Echinococcus spp. see hydatid cysts Taenia spp. 614, 615, 616, 617, 622 Metagonimus yokogawai 636
description and life-cycle 637, 639, 643 epidemiology 644 treatment of infection 642, 644 Metorchis conjunctus 420 metrifonate 396 metronidazole treatment
Blastocystis hominis infections 364 Dientamoeba fragilis infections 263 Entamoeba polecki infections 214 giardiasis 231, 232, 233 invasive amebiasis 211 trichomoniasis 254-5 miconazole 281 microfilariae
Dirofilaria spp. 547 Loa loa 445, 446, 448 lymphatic filariae 433, 434 detection and speciation 440-1 killing with DEC 443, 444, 445 microfilaremia 436 Mansonella ozzardi 441, 450, 461 Mansonella perstans 441, 449, 461 Onchocerca volvulus 459, 460-1, 464 detection 468, 469, 470 microsporidia
anisofilar polar tube group 174-5,176,177,178,179 diplokaryotic group 174-5, 178, 179, 180 Encephalitozoon spp. 171, 174-6, p.iv, p.v Enterocytozoon bieneusi 171, 174, 175, p.iv, p.v epidemiology
Encephalitozoon spp. 185-6 Enterocytozoon bieneusi 185 other species 186-7 questions 185 transmission 184-5 genera and species, listed 171-2 life-cycles 172, 173 molecular biology 184 phylogeny 172, 174 spores see spores: microsporidia microsporidioses 171-95 clinical management 189
albendazole 190 fumagillin 189-90 other drugs 190-1 TNP-470 190 history 171 immunology 183-4 laboratory diagnosis microscopy 187, p.iv, p.v PCR 188-9 serology 187-8 organisms see microsporidia pathogenesis 180-3 Microsporidium spp. 176-7, 178, 181, 182 migrating worms 535, 536 see also specific species miltefosine 307 miracidia
Fasciola hepatica 408, 415 intestinal trematodes 635, 637, 638, 641, 643 Opisthorchis and Clonorchis spp. 408, 410 Paragonimus spp. 408, 421 Schistosoma spp. 372, 373, 374 miracil 371
molecular karyotypes of microsporidia 184 molecular taxonomy see phylogenetic analysis molluscicides 371
monocyte chemoattractant protein-1 296 monthly biting rate (MBR)/transmission potential (MTP) calculations 464 mosquitoes control 87
in Dirofilaria immitis life-cycle 547 lymphatic filariae transmission 434, 435 microsporidia infections in 186-7 see also Anopheles mosquitoes mouse models
Giardia infection 224
leishmaniasis cell-mediated immunity 294-6 schistosomal egg granuloma induction 385-6 toxocariasis 510-11, 512 trichinellosis immunity 523-4 mucins, colonic 200 mucosal leishmaniasis 301, 302 multivacuolar form, Blastocystis hominis 358, 359, p.vii multivesicular/alveolar echinococcosis (MAE) clinical features 602 clinical management 605-6 diagnosis 603, 604 pathogenesis 596 see also Echinococcus spp. muscle biopsy for trichinellosis diagnosis 529 muscle cysticercosis 624
myocardial infection, microsporidia 182, p.iv, p.v myosins 118
Nabarro, David 18
662
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Naegleria fowleri culture 273-4 epidemiology 276, 277 history 269 immunology 275, 276 life-cycle 271, 272 molecular biology 276 taxonomy 270
see also primary amebic meningoencephalitis (PAM) nagana 17, 335
Nanophyetes salmincola 637, 645 natural-resistance-associated macrophage protein (Nramp) 294-5 Necator americanus 569, 570, 571 neonatal trichomoniasis 246, 252 neural paragonimiasis 424, 425, 429 neurocysticercosis (NC) 617 clinical features 624 diagnosis 626 epidemiology 619-20 pathology 621-3 see also cysticercosis neuroschistosomiasis 383 neurotrichinellosis 527 neutral thiol protease (NTP) 423 neutrophil inhibitory factor, hookworm 570 neutrophils in Trichomonas vaginalis infection 249 niclofan 429
niclosamide 629, 640, 642, 644 nifurtimox 346-7, 348 nitazoxanide 154 nitric oxide 120, 121, 202, 294, 321 nitroimidazole treatment Blastocystis hominis 364 giardiasis 230-2 trichomoniasis 254-5 see also specific drugs nitrosamines 413
normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) 45, 46
Normand, Louis 479 Nosema ocularum 173, 180, 181 Nramp (natural-resistance-associated macrophage protein) 294-5 nurse cells 523
nutrient malabsorption, chronic giardiasis 228
obstructive biliary disease 412, 417, 418 occupational risk of schistosomiasis 379 ocular disease
cysticercosis 624, 627 dirofilariasis 548 gnathosomiasis 542 microsporidiosis 182 onchocerciasis 461-2, 467 toxocariasis see ocular larva migrans
toxoplasmosis 124, 125 trichinellosis 527 ocular larva migrans clinical features 511-12 epidemiology 510 history 501-2 laboratory diagnosis 514-15 treatment 515-16 odds ratios 41 Onchocerca volvulus life-cycle 458, 459 adult worms 458, 459-60 microfilariae 459, 460-1 strain differences 464 taxonomy 458 onchocerciasis clinical features 466-8 clinical management amocarzine 472 historical 470-1 ivermectin 471-2 epidemiology 463 entomology 465-6 geographical variation 464 infective vector density 463-4 history 457, 458 immunology 462-3 laboratory diagnosis Mazzotti test 470 skin snips 468-70 slit lamp examination 470 organism see Onchocerca volvulus pathogenesis 461-2 prevention and control 472 mass ivermectin treatment 474 nodulectomy campaigns 474 vaccine development 475 vector control 472-3 Onchocerciasis Control Programme 473 onchocercomata see subcutaneous nodules: in onchocerciasis Oncomelania snails 376 oncospheres
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