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PHYSICAL CHANGES OF PUBERTY AND ADOLESCENCE
CARE OF CHILDREN IN THE TROPICS
acute administration adult worms Aetiology affected Africa amoebae amoebic dysentery anaemia androgens antibiotics attack aureomycin bites blood body-weight caused cells centimetres cerebral cerebrospinal fluid child chloroquine chlortetracycline cholera chronic Clinical features contain cortisone cysts daily damage dehydration diagnosis diarrhoea Differential disease dose drug emetine endemic areas enlarged examination faeces falciparum following material given grain per pound gramme haemorrhages hormone hyperpyrexia increased incubation period infants intestinal intramuscular intravenously kala-azar kernicterus kilogram larvae later leishmaniasis leprosy lesions liver lymph malaria material is additional maturation mepacrine microfilariae microns milligrams milligrams per kilogram milligrams per pound millilitres mosquitoes nerves nodes normal occasionally occur oedema onset organism oxytetracycline parasites Pathology patient present Prognosis protein pyrexia reaction regions result saline sandflies seldom serum sexual development skin spirochaetes stage substitute the following sweating symptoms temperature tick-borne tissue treatment tropics trypanosomes tuberculoid ulcers urine usually vaccination virus vitamin vomiting weeks yellow fever