Researches in Polynesia and Melanesia: An Account of Investigations in Samoa, Tonga, the Ellice Group, and the New Hebrides, in 1924, 1925. Parts I-IV (relating Principally to Medical Entomology).
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STUDIES IN FILARIASIS
BROWN MAN AND WHITE IN SAMOA
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abscess absent adenitis admission Aedes variegatus age-groups Apia Apia Hospital appears Appendix archipelagoes Atolls Bahr blood canoes cause cent clinical common condition cu.mm disease elephantiasis elephantoid Ellice and Tokelau Ellice Group enlarged epitrochlear glands epididymis European examined facts Fiji filarial infection frequently half-castes Hebrides hydrocele incidence of filarial individuals infection and filariasis inferior inguinal glands inguinal glands large number larvae lesions lymphatics male Samoans mean count Melanesia micro-filaria micro-filarial count missionaries mosquito mumu muscle abscesses myositis native race non-periodic normal Nukufetau Number of Males number of micro-filariae O'Connor occur Oceania operation Pacific palpable epitrochlear glands patient penis percentage incidence Polynesia population positive presence of micro-filaria present probably recorded Savaii scars scrotum Showing signs of filariasis six physical signs suffered swelling Table tattooing testis Text-fig Tokelau Groups Tokelau Islands Tonga tropical ulceration Vaitupu vector Western Samoa worm yaws