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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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immune response 224-5 laboratory diagnosis
antigen detection assays 229 culture 230
drug sensitivity testing 230-1 duodenal sampling 229 ova and parasite examination 229 serology 230 management 231-3 asymptomatic infections 232-3 drugs 231-2 in pregnancy 233 resistance and relapse 233 pathogenesis
cytokine response 224 differences between isolates 223-4 trophozoite adherence to intestinal mucosa 224 predisposition to 225 prevention and control 233-4 in day care centres 234
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Giardia lamblia/giardiasis (cont.) species 222 transmission 225-6 cross-species 227 food-borne 226 person-to-person 226 travelers 226-7 water-borne 226 trophozoite analysis 222 Giardia-specific antigen 65 (GSA 65) 229 gliding motility, Toxoplasma gondii 118, 119 Glossina spp. 45-6, 323, 325, 326, 327 glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G-6-PD) deficiency 63, 64
primaquine therapy 76, 83 glutathione-S-transferases hookworm 570-1 Sm-28 397 Gnathostoma spinigerum 536, 539-40 epidemiology 541 life-cycle 540-1 gnathostomiasis 541 clinical features 541 cerebral disease 542 visceral disease 541-2 diagnosis 542 management 542
organism see Gnathostoma spinigerum prevention and control 543 Golgi, Camillo 14, 53 Goze, Johann 2, 9, 10, 585 GP63 293, 297
granular form, Blastocystis hominis 357, 359 granulomas, egg see egg granulomas granulomatous amebic encephalitis (GAE) 277 clinical management 281-2 clinical signs and symptoms 277 laboratory diagnosis 280-1
organisms see Acanthamoeba spp; Balamuthia man-drillaris pathogenesis 274-5 pathological features 278-80 Grassi, Battista 16, 479, 480 growth retardation see stunting GSA 65 (Giardia-specific antigen 65) 229 guinea worm see Dracunculus medinensis gynecophoral canal, Schistosoma spp. 371, 373
halofantrine 77, 81, 84 halzoun 418 Haplorchis spp. 636 description and life cycle 637, 643 epidemiology 644 treatment of infection 644 Harada-Mori method 490 heart disease, chagastic 338-9, 341, 343, 347, 348
helminths
cognitive impairment and infection with 562 global prevalences 30, 564 population dynamics 27-8 sex bias in infection levels, meta analysis 38-41 see also specific parasites hematoxylin and eosin stain 187, p.iv, p.v hemoglobin S 64 hemozoin 62, 108 hepatitis B vaccine interference 387 hepatitis/schistosome co-infections 387, 391 hepatobiliary flukes 407, 411 Dicrocoelium spp. 420-1 Metorchis conjunctus 420
see also Fasciola hepatica; Opisthorchis spp; Clonorchis silensis
hepatocellular carcinoma risk in schistosomiasis 382 Heterophyes heterophyes 636 description and life cycle 637, 639, 643 epidemiology 644 treatment of infection 642, 644 heterophyidiasis
clinical features 638, 644 laboratory diagnosis 644
organisms see Haplorchis spp; Heterophyes heterophyes; Metagonimus yokogawai treatment 644 Hippocrates 53 history of parasitology
belief in spontaneous generation 1-2 chemotherapeutic agents 19 development of protozoology 12 establishment of the discipline 19 nineteenth century 2-3 Casimir Davaine 3, 6 early texts 3, 4 Thomas Spencer Cobbold 3, 5 origins of the discipline 2 see also specific organisms HIV/AIDS see AIDS/HIV infection HLA antigens and cysticercosis 621 HMS (hyper-reactive malarial splenomegaly) 61 homosexual males, Entamoeba infection 206, 213 hookworm platelet inhibitor 571 hookworms
classification 569 clinical features of infection 571 differentiation from Strongyloides stercoralis 482, 483
history 7-8, 568 immunology 570-1 life-cycle 569 skin penetration 569-70 pathogenesis 570
see also Ancylostoma caninum/A. braziliense hormonal influence on Trichomonas vaginalis 246
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horse meat 526, 531 host mediators in babesiosis injury 104 host-adapted Echinococcus spp. 588, 589 household clusters of strongyloidiasis 489, 493 HSP70 genes 184 hydatid cysts 587, 588 chemotherapy for 604-5 detection 603, 604
Echinococcus granulosus 591-4, 595-6, 602 Echinococcus multilocularis 592, 593, 594, 596 Echinococcus vogeli)E. oligarthrus 594-5, 596 history 10, 585
protection from host immunity 597-8 surgical removal 604, 605 hydatid disease see echinococcosis hydroceles 43, 438-9, 444 hydrogenosomes 245-6, 258, 260 Hymenolepis nana
diagnosis and treatment 629 epidemiology 628 life-cycle 627-8 hyper-reactive malarial splenomegaly (HMS) 61 hypnozoites 54, 55, 75 hypoglycemia in malaria 63, 70, 79
IFNy see interferon gamma IgA response giardiasis 225 strongyloidiasis 487 trichinellosis 524 IgE assays
Toxocara spp. 514 Toxoplasma gondii 130 IgE response
schistosome reinfection 388 strongyloidiasis 487 IgG response, strongyloidiasis 486-7 IgG4 assays, filarial infections 442, 462 IgM assays
Toxoplasma gondii 123, 130, 131 see also serological diagnosis IgM response
African trypanosomiasis 321 strongyloidiasis 487 imidocarb 109 immune evasion
Fasciola hepatica 416 hookworms 571 Paragonimus spp. 422-3 Schistosoma spp. 384-5 disrupted by praziquantel 395 immune modulation, chronic schistosomiasis 381, 386 immune suppression
by Onchocerca volvulus 462 by Trypanosoma brucei 321 by Trypanosoma cruzi 339-40
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