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AMOEBIASIS AND OTHER PROTOZOAL INTESTINAL INFECTIONS
ANAEMIAS IN THE TROPICS
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abdominal abscess acid acute adult worms Africa amoebiasis amoebic anaemia animals antigens appear attack bacilli become beriberi bite blood body weight bone cause cells cent changes Chloroquine CLINICAL PICTURE common commonly condition containing cysts daily deficiency develop diagnosis diarrhoea disease dosage dose drug effects eggs endemic endemic areas enlarged eosinophils epidemic erythrocytes especially faeces falciparum febrile fever fluid folic acid given haemoglobin haemorrhages infection infiltration inflammatory intestinal involved kala-azar large numbers larvae leprosy lesions liver lymph glands lymphatic malaria mepacrine microfilariae mild mucosa muscle nodules normal occasionally occur oedema onset organisms pain parasites PATHOLOGY patient period peripheral persist pigment plasma present proguanil protein pyrimethamine rarely reaction relapse renal result secondary infection serum severe signs skin sometimes spleen stages stools strains subcutaneous sulphonamides sweating symptoms syndrome temperature tetracycline tissue treatment trophozoites tropics trypanosomes tumour typhus ulcer urine usually vaccine vascular vessels virus vitamin vomiting weeks yaws