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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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Echinococcus spp. 587, 590-1, 597 Taenia spp. 614, 615, 616, 617 O’Neill, J. 457 oocysts
Cryptosporidium parvum 139 elimination in drinking water 155 infection potential 148 in life-cycle 141, 142 PCR detection 152,153 viability determination 153 virulence 145 visualization 151, 152 Cyclospora spp. 165, 166, 168
INDEX
663
Isospora belli 156, 157, 158-9 Toxoplasma gondii 115,133 opisthorchiasis 412 clinical features
acute infection 411 cholangiocarcinoma 413 chronic infection 411,412 obstructive biliary disease 412 control 414
laboratory diagnosis 413 organisms see Opisthorchis spp. treatment 413-14 Opisthorchis spp. 407, 409-10 epidemiology 410,411 life-cycle 408, 410 pathogenesis 410 oral rehydration solutions 144, 153 ova see eggs oxamniquine 396 oxibendazole 578
P270 249-50 PAIR technique 604 Pallas, Peter 2, 10
PAM see primary amebic meningoencephalitis Papanicolaou staining 254 Papyrus Ebers 7, 369 paragonimiasis
clinical features 423, 424 acute disease 423 extrapulmonary disease 425 pulmonary disease 423, 425 laboratory diagnosis 428 hematology/biochemistry 426 intradermal test 427 radiology 425, 426, 427 serology 427
sputum and stool analysis 427 prevention and control 429 treatment 427, 429 Paragonimus spp. 411 description 421, 422 epidemiology 423 history 421 immunology 422-3 life-cycle 408, 421 pathogenesis 421, 422 paramyocin 397
parasitemia estimation, malaria 72, 73 parasitic female form of Strongyloides stercoralis 480-1, 484
parasitology, history see history of parasitology parasitophorous vacuoles 119, 120, 121, 142, 172 parenchymal cysticercosis 621, 623, 624 paromomycin treatment cryptosporidiosis 153-4
Entamoeba histolytica infection 211 giardiasis 231, 233 leishmaniasis 307, 308 trichomoniasis 263 PCR diagnosis African trypanosomiasis 329 Chagas’ disease 346 cryptosporidiosis 152-3 cyclosporiasis 168 Entamoeba histolytica infection 210 lymphatic filariasis 442 malaria 73
microsporidiosis 188-9 toxocariasis 514 toxoplasmosis 128 Trichomonas vaginalis infection 254 pentamidine isethionate treatment
African trypanosomiasis, hemolymphatic stage 330 Balamuthia GAE 281-2 leishmaniasis 306, 308 Pentatrichomonas hominis
clinical features of infection 259 clinical management of infection 260 description 244, 258 epidemiology 259 laboratory diagnosis 259-60 pathogenesis 259 pentavalent antimony-containing drugs 305-6 pepstatin A 570
periodic acid-Schiff (PAS) protocol 128 periodic fever 69
periodontal disease and Trichomonas tenax 256, 257 periorbital edema in trichinellosis 527 permethrin-treated bednets 87-8 personal water filtration devices 234 perstans filariasis 448 clinical manifestations 449 diagnosis 449
organism see Mansonella perstans treatment 449-50 performic acid-Schiff stain 603 Peruvian bark 53, 54 Peyer’s patches 225 phagocytosis of Babesia 105 Phaneropsolus bonnei 637, 644 phylogenetic analysis
Cryptosporidium spp. 140 Echinococcus spp. 586 Plasmodium spp. 54 Trypanosoma brucei/T. cruzi 316 pian bois 298
pinworm eggs in Dientamoeba fragilis transmission 262
pinworms see Enterobius vermicularis
piperazine 579-80, 642, 644
piritrexam 109
piroplasmosis see babesiosis
664
INDEX
Plagiorchiidae spp. 637, 644-5 Plasmodium spp. 56 discovery 53 life-cycle
asexual stage 55
development in Anopheles mosquitoes 56 pre-erythrocytic stage 54, 55 sexual stage 55, 56 morphology 56, 57, 58
pathogenesis see Plasmodium falciparum: pathogenesis taxonomy 54 transmissibility 25 see also specific species Plasmodium falciparum 53, 57 gametocytes 55, 56, 57 genetic diversity 66 geographic distribution 66-7, p.vi immune evasion 65 molecular biology 65-6 novel myosin (PfM-A) 118 pathogenesis 56 cytoadherence 59 role of the spleen 60, 61 rosetting 59, 60, 61 sequestration 57, 59, 61, 63 see also malaria Plasmodium malariae 58, 62-3, 70, 71, 75 Plasmodium ovale 58, 70, 75, 76 Plasmodium vivax 58 antigenic diversity 65 clinical features of infection 70-1 geographic distribution 67 treatment 74-5, 76 platelet inhibition, hookworms 571 Pleistophora spp. 173, 176, 177, 178, 179 plerocercoid larvae 630 Poisson probability maps 46, 48 polaroplasts 172 polycystic echinococcosis 596 polyhexamethylene biguanide (PHMB) 282 polymerase chain reaction diagnosis see PCR diagnosis population dynamics 21 helminth infections 27-8 theory
basic reproductive number (R0) see basic reproductive number (R0) in design of disease control programs 26-7 dynamics of epidemics 22-3 implications for public health practice 24-6 population genetics of Toxoplasma gondii 115, 116 pork, trichinellosis transmission 522, 524, 525, 526, 531 pork tapeworm see Taenia spp: T. solium portal hypertension in schistosomiasis 382 post-kala-azar dermal leishmaniasis 304 praziquantel
in animal baits 607
interference with Schistosoma spp. immune evasion 385
praziquantel treatment
chlonorchiasis and opisthorchiasis 413-14 cysticercosis 627
Diphyllobothrium latum infections 631 echinostomiasis 642-3 fascioliasis 419, 420 Fasciolopsis buski infections 640 heterophyidiasis 642, 644 Hymenolepis nana infections 629 intestinal nematodes 635 Nanophyetes salmincola infections 645 paragonimiasis 427, 429 schistosomiasis 395-6, 397 sparganosis 547 taeniasis 626 pre-erythrocytic malarial vaccines 91 prednisolone 516 prednisone 132, 531 pregnancy
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