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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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granulomas see egg granulomas, Schistosoma spp. hatching techniques 393 release 376
654
INDEX
eggs (cont)
Strongyloides fulleborni 495 Strongyloides stercoralis 482, 484 Taenia spp. 614-15, 616, 617, 621, 625 Toxocara spp. 502, 503, 504, 509-10 Trichuris trichiura 572 elephantiasis 8, 438, 440, 443-4 ELISA detection Blastocystis hominis antibodies 363 cryptosporidiosis 153 Encephalitozoon spp. antibodies 185 giardiasis 229 opisthorchiasis 413 strongyloidiasis 491 toxocariasis 514 toxoplasmosis 130 trichinellosis 530 visceral leishmaniasis 305 emetine 198, 419, 420 encephalitis in loiasis 446-7, 448 Encephalitozoon spp. see microsporidia: Encephalito-zoon spp. encystation, Giardia lamblia 223 endemic hemoptysis see paragonimiasis endemicity of malaria 67 Endolimax nana 214
endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) 153 endoscopy for giardiasis diagnosis 230 Entamoeba coli 213 Entamoeba dispar 198, 212 epidemiology 213 laboratory diagnosis 213 molecular biology 212-13 pathogenesis 212 Entamoeba histolytica
clinical features of infection 205 asymptomatic colonization 205-6 cutaneous amebiasis 208 dysentery 206-7 liver abscess 207-8 diagnosis
antigen detection 209-10 colonoscopy 210 imaging 210-11 microscopy 208, 209 PCR 210 serology 210 epidemiology 204-5 history 12, 14, 197-8 immunology 201-2 life-cycle 199
management of infection 211 molecular biology 202-4 pathogenesis 200-1 prevention and control 211-12
taxonomy 198 Entamoeba polecki 214 Enterobius vermicularis
clinical features of infection 574 description 573
Dientamoeba fragilis transmission in eggs 262 life-cycle 573-4 management of infection 574 pathogenesis 574 see also intestinal nematodes Enterocytozoon bieneusi see microsporidia: E. bieneusi eosinophilic enteritis 538, 539 epidemic dynamics 22-3 epidemic malaria 67-8 epidemiology
burden of disease estimation 28, 30-1 classical
meta-analyses, examples 38-44 randomized trials, example 36-7 cost-effectiveness analysis see cost-effectiveness analysis emerging technologies 44-5 applied to African trypanosomiasis 45-6, p.i, p.ii, p.iii
applied to lymphatic filariasis 46-9 population dynamics see population dynamics see also specific parasites epilepsy
in neurocysticercosis 624 and Toxocara titres 512, 513 epimastigotes
Trypanosoma brucei 318, 319, 320 Trypanosoma cruzi 336, 337 eradication therapy, malarias 75, 76 erythrocytes
Babesia infection 100, 103 Plasmodium infection 55, 56, 57, 59, 60 espundia 288, 298, 301
estrogen, role in neonatal trichomoniasis 246, 252 exchange transfusions 79, 109 excretory-secretory (ES) antigens hookworms 571 Toxocara canis 505, 506 Trichuris trichiura 572 excystation, Giardia lamblia 223 expression sites (ESs) in vsg genes 323 eyeworm 446
failure to thrive, giardiasis 228 Fairley, Neil Hamilton 16 falciparum malaria 70
see also Plasmodium falciparum Fasciola gigantica 420 Fasciola hepatica 414 description 415 epidemiology 416, 417
INDEX
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history 10-11,414-15 immunology 416 life-cycle 408, 415 pathogenesis 415, 416 fascioliasis
clinical features 417 acute hepatic phase 417 chronic obstructive biliary phase 417, 418 ectopic manifestations 418 laboratory diagnosis 418 radiology 419 serology 418-19 stool analysis 418 laboratory features 417, 418 organism see Fasciola hepatica treatment 419-20 Fasciolopsis buski 636
clinical features of infection 638, 640 description 635, 638, 639 epidemiology 638 laboratory diagnosis 640 life cycle 637, 638 pathogenesis 638 prevention and control 640 treatment of infection 640 fatty acid binding protein Sm-14 397 fenbendazole 515 Fibricola seoulensis 637, 645 filaria dance sign 442 filarial fever 437 filarial granulomata 439 filariform larvae
hookworms 537-8, 569 Strongyloides stercoralis 483-4, 485, 488 filter paper culture of Strongyloides stercoralis 490
filtration of drinking water
cryptosporidiosis prevention 155 dracunculiasis prevention 558 giardiasis prevention 234 fish
Capillaria philippinensis transmission 575 Gnathostoma spp. transmission 541, 543 intestinal trematode transmission 636, 637, 641, 644, 645
Metorchis conjunctus transmission 420 Opisthorchis and Clonorchis spp. transmission 408, 410
flagellate form, Naegleria fowleri 271, 272 flotation techniques 577 food-borne transmission cryptosporidiosis 149 cyclosporiasis 165, 166-7 giardiasis 226 see also specific foods formol-ether technique 490, 577
free-living amebas taxonomy 270-1
see also Acanthamoeba spp; Balamuthia mandrillaris;
Naegleria fowleri free-living forms of Strongyloides stercoralis 481-2, 484
Fujii, Y. 370 fumagillin 189-90
fungi, microsporidia related to 174, 184 furazolidone 231, 232, 364
GAE see granulomatous amebic encephalitis Gal/GalNAc lectin, Entamoeba histolytica 200-1, 202, 204, 210, 212 gametocytes, malarial 55, 56, 78, 92 Gastrodiscoides hominis 637, 639, 641, 645 gastrointestinal disease
Blastocystis hominis 360-1, 362 chronic Chagas’ disease 339, 341, 343-4 strongyloidiasis 489 gelatin particle agglutination test 491 gene expression, Entamoeba histolytica 203-4 gene sequencing, microsporidia 184 genetic predisposition and Ascaris burden 568 genitourinary schistosomiasis 390-1 genome, Entamoeba histolytica 203 genotypes of Cryptosporidium parvum 140, 142 geographical information systems (GISs) 44-5, 49 geophagia 504, 509, 511, 512 Giardia lamblia/giardiasis antigenic variation 222-3 clinical features 227-8 chronic giardiasis 228 description 219-22 encystation and excystation 223 growth requirements 222 history 219
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