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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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giardiasis 233 malaria 63, 71, 81, 90 toxoplasmosis 132, 133 trichinellosis 528 trichomoniasis 248 primaquine treatment, malaria 83 contraindicated in pregnancy 81, 90 eradication therapy 75, 76 prophylaxis 76, 90 primary amebic meningoencephalitis (PAM) 276 clinical management 281 clinical signs and symptoms 277 laboratory diagnosis 280 organism see Naegleria fowleri pathogenesis 274 pathology 277, 278 prevention and control 282 primate model, trichomoniasis 249 procercoid larvae, Diphyllobothrium latum 629, 630 procyclin 316, 322, 323 proglottids
Echinococcus spp. 587, 603 Hymenolepis nana 628, 629 Taenia spp. 614, 616, 617 detection 624-5, 626 Programme for the Elimination of Onchocerciasis in the Americas (OEPA) 474 proguanil 54, 76, 84, 89 proguanil-atovaquone 86, 90 promastigotes, Leishmania spp. 287, 292 culture 290, 291, 304 macrophage infection 293 Prosthodendrium molenkampi 637, 644 protease activities
Entamoeba histolytica 201
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hookworms 569-70 Toxocara canis larvae 506 protoscoleces, Echinococcus spp. 587, 590, 591,592, 594 pulmonary angiostrongyliasis 545 pulmonary dirofilariasis 547, 548 pulmonary flukes 407, 411 see also Paragonimus spp. pulmonary migration of Ascaris lumbricoides larvae 568
pulmonary paragonimiasis 423-5 pulmonary toxoplasmosis 126 pulmonary trichinellosis 527 punctate keratitis in onchocerciasis 467 pyogenic liver abscesses 208, 209 pyrantel 579
pyrimethamine, toxoplasmosis treatment 131,132,133 pyrimethamine-dapsone 84 pyrimethamine-sulfadoxine 75, 77, 81, 84 pyronaridine 86
qinghaosu 85 quinacrine 231, 232 quinidine 80, 82 quinine treatment 54, 82 babesiosis 109 severe malaria 79, 80 uncomplicated malaria 75, 77
R0 see basic reproductive number (R0) racoons, Baylisascaris procyonis infection 548 radical cure, malarias 75, 76 radiography 603-4
radioimmune precipitation assay, Trypanosoma cruzi antibodies 345 randomized trials, example 36-7 raspberries, Cyclospora outbreaks 165, 167 rebound morbidity 387 recurrent pyogenic cholangitis 412-13 rediae, intestinal trematodes 635, 637, 638, 641 Redi, Francisco 2, 10 relapsing diarrhea 150 remote sensors on satellites 44-5
diurnal temperature difference maps 48-9 tsetse fly distribution prediction 45-6 renal complications in loiasis 446 renal failure in malaria 62-3, 70, 78 renal infection, microsporidia 181-2, p.iv, p.v renal lesions in schistosomiasis 383 repeat sequences, Plasmodium falciparum DNA 65 respiratory distress in malaria 62 respiratory infection, microsporidia 176-7, 182 retinochoroiditis in toxoplasmosis 124, 125, 132 rhabditiform larvae hookworms 569
Strongyloides stercoralis 482-3, 484, 485 ribosomes, Entamoeba histolytica 202, 203
rifampin 281
ring cysts 425, 427
ring forms 55, 58
river blindness see onchocerciasis
RNA, Entamoeba histolytica 203
Robles, R. 457
‘Roll Back Malaria’ campaign 86 Romana sign 342 rosetting 59, 60, 61 Ross, Ronald 15, 16 Rudolphi, Carl 2-3, 10, 585
rural/urban differences in toxocariasis prevalence 509
Sabin-Feldman dye test 129 salmonella infections and schistosomiasis 391 salt, fortified with DEC 445 sand flies 289, 290, 298, 308-9 satellite data see remote sensors on satellites Sbv-containing drugs 305, 306 Schistosoma spp. characteristics 371-2 epidemiology
geographical distribution 377, 378, 379 influence of control programs 380 occupational risk 379 regional variation in morbidity 380 transmission 377, 379 hosts 377 life-cycle 373, 374 cercariae 372-3 eggs 372, 375, 376 inside the snail 372 lifespan 375-6 migration in veins 375 miracidia 372 schistosomulae 374, 375 snail intermediate hosts 376-7 worm pairs 375 schistosomal complement-inhibiting protein (SCIP-1) 385
schistosome dermatitis 388 schistosomiasis cancer risk 383, 391 clinical disease 380, 388 acute 388-9 genitourinary 390-1 intestinal 389 diagnosis
current approach 391-2 egg-hatching techniques 393 liver biopsy 393-4 rectal biopsy 393 serology 394 stool samples 392 ultrasound 393 urine 392-3
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schistosomiasis (cont)
hepatitis B or C co-infections 391 hepatosplenic disease 389-90 history 11-12, 369-71 immunology 384 egg granuloma induction 385-7 immune evasion 384-5 resistance to infection 387-8 organisms see Schistosoma spp. pathology 380 in children 384 egg granulomas 376, 380, 381 hepatosplenic 381-2 intestinal 381 neuroschistosomiasis 383 pulmonary fibrosis 382-3 urinary 383 prevention and control historical 371 prospects 397-8 vaccines 396-7 salmonella infections and 391 treatment 394-5 historical 371 metrifonate 396 oxamniquine 396 praziquantel 395-6 schistosomulae 374, 375 schizonts, malarial 54, 55, 59, 60 schizotrypanides 342 sclerosing keratitis in onchocerciasis 467 sequestration of Plasmodium falciparum-infected erythrocytes 57, 59, 61, 63 serological diagnosis
African trypanosomiasis 329, 332 Angiostrongylus spp. infections 545 chronic Chagas’ disease 345 cryptosporidiosis 153 cysticercosis 626 dirofilariasis 548 dracunculiasis 557 echinococcosis 604 Entamoeba histolytica infections 210 fascioliasis 418-19 gnathostomiasis 542 leishmaniasis 305 lymphatic filariasis 441-2 malaria 73, 74 microsporidioses 187-8 paragonimiasis 427, 428 schistosomiasis 394 Sparganum mansoni infections 547 strongyloidiasis 491-2 toxocariasis 513-14 toxoplasmosis 129, 130-1 trichinellosis 530
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