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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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see also African trypanosomiasis Trypanosoma cruzi
divergence from Trypanosoma brucei 316 epidemiology
epizootiology 340 in Latin America 340-1 in the USA 341-2 history 336 life-cycle 336-7 pathogenesis 337, 338-9 taxonomy 336 see also Chagas’ disease trypanothione metabolism 317-18 trypomastigotes
Trypanosoma brucei 318, 319, 320 Trypanosoma cruzi 336, 337, 338 tsetse flies control 331
distribution prediction 45-6, p.i, p.ii, p.iii Trypanosoma brucei vectors 318, 323, 325, 326-7 tubulin 221
tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNFa) 120, 202, 294, 322, 470 Tyson, Edward 2, 9, 10
ultrasound diagnosis
amebic liver abscesses 210, 211 clonorchiasis and opisthorchiasis 413 echinococcosis 604 fascioliasis 419 lymphatic filariasis 442 schistosomiasis 393 urban/rural differences in toxocariasis prevalence 509 urinary bladder lesions in Schistosoma haematobium infections 383 uta 298
Uvitex 2B stain 187, p.iv, p.v
vaccination
eradication of diseases 24-5 impact on helminth population dynamics 27-8, 29 incomplete population coverage 27 vaccine development
African trypanosomiasis 332 amebiasis 211-12 echinococcosis 607-8 fascioliasis 416
leishmaniasis 309
malaria see malaria: vaccine development onchocerciasis 474-5 schistosomiasis 396-7 toxoplasmosis in animals 133 vaccines, hepatitis B, interference from schistosomiasis 387
vacuolar form, Blastocystis hominis 356-7, 359, p.vii vaginal schistosomiasis 390 var genes 59, 65
variant specific surface proteins (VSP), Giardia lamblia 222-3
variant surface glycoprotein (VSG), Trypanosoma brucei 316, 321, 322-3 vector-borne microparasites, R0 estimation 24, 25 vectors see specific vectors ventricular cysticercosis 623-4, 627 vertical transmission of babesiosis 106 virulence factors, Trichomonas vaginalis 246-7 visceral gnathostomiasis 541-2 visceral larva migrans
Baylisascaris procyonis infection 548 toxocariasis 501, 511, 515 visceral leishmaniasis see leishmaniasis: visceral viscerotropic leishmaniasis 303-4 vitamin A 36, 37
Vittaforma corneae 173, 178-80, 181, 187 VSG see variant surface glycoprotein (VSG), Trypanosoma brucei vsg genes 322-3
VSP (variant specific surface protein), Giardia lamblia 222-3
Warthin-Starry stain 187, p.iv, p.v water treatment
cryptosporidiosis prevention 155 dracunculiasis prevention 558 giardiasis prevention 233, 234 water-borne transmission
cryptosporidiosis 147-8, 149, 153, 155 cyclosporiasis 166-7 giardiasis 226 microsporidia 185 schistosomiasis 377 whipworm, see Trichuris trichiura world eradication campaign, dracunculiasis 557-8 World Health Organization Global Malaria Control Strategy 86 worm pairs, Schistosoma spp. 375 wormy individuals 27, 565 WR238605 86 Wucherer, Otto 7, 8
Wuchereria bancrofti 8-9, 434, 435, 438, 441 zoonosis, leishmaniasis 288
Index compiled by Jackie Christophers
Figure 2.12 Discriminant analysis applied to the pre-1890 distribution of the tsetse Glossina morsitans in Zimbabwe. A single variable, the maximum of the mean monthly temperature, describes the overall distribution with an accuracy of 82%. The colours define the predicted probability of occurrence from low (red) to high (green) in the following bands: red = 0.00 - 0.349, pink = 0.35 - 0.449, red/yellow = 0.45 - 0.499, yellow/green = 0.50 - 0.549, pale green = 0.55 - 0.649 and green = 0.65 -1.0. Reprinted from Rogers and Randolph, Distribution of tsetse and ticks in Africa, past, present and future. Parasitology Today 9: 266-71; © 1993, with permission from Elsevier Science
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Figure 2.13 The distribution of Glossina morsitans in Kenya and Tanzania (horizontal black lines) described using (A) a single variable, the maximum of the monthly normalized difference vegetation indices (NDVI 69% correct predictions), and (B) using nine additional climatological variables (84% correct predictions). Reprinted from Rogers and Randolph, Distribution of tsetse and ticks in Africa, past, present and future. Parasitology Today 9: 266-71; © 1993, with permission from Elsevier Science
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Figure 2.14 The distribution of Glossina pallidipes in Kenya and Tanzania using (A) the minimum of the monthly NDVI (67% correct), and (B) nine additional climatological variables (79% correct predictions). Reprinted from Rogers and Randolph, Distribution of tsetse and ticks in Africa, past, present and future. Parasitology Today 9: 266-71; © 1993, with permission from Elsevier Science
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Figure 8.5 (A) Sporoplasms (arrows) of Nosema sp. from the lawn-grass cutworm Spodoptera depravata emerging from polar tubes
after germination of spores still within an infected Antheraea eucalypti cell (arrowhead) in vitro. Bar = 10.0 pm. From Iwano and Ishihara (1989), © Academic Press, reproduced by permission
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