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DISEASES DUE TO BACTERIA SPIROCHAETES AND SPIRILLA
DISEASES DUE TO VIRUSES AND RICKETTSIAE
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acute adult worms affected Africa amphotericin antibiotics appears become bite blood bone cause cent chronic Clinical Features common complement-fixation test cutaneous daily dapsone deficiency dengue develop Diagnosis diethylcarbamazine disease dose drug early eggs endemic endemic areas enlargement eosinophilia epidemic epidemic typhus especially faeces fibrosis fluid folic acid frequently Geographical Distribution given haematobium haemoglobin haemolytic haemorrhagic hepatic hyperpyrexia increased incubation period infection infiltration intestine intravenous larvae leishmaniasis lepromatous leprosy lesions liver lungs lymph nodes lymphatic malaria mansoni megaloblastic anaemia mg/kg body weight microfilariae mosquitoes mucosa Myiasis nodules occasionally occur oedema onset organisms pain Pathology patient poisonous present produce Prophylaxis pulmonary reaction red cells relapsing Rickettsiae sandfly severe sickle-cell anaemia skin spleen splenomegaly sprue stage stool subcutaneous sulphonamide sweating swelling symptoms syphilis temperature tetracycline thalassaemia ticks tissue transfusion treatment tropical tropical sprue trypanosomes tumour typhus ulcer urine usually vaccination virus vitamin vomiting weeks yaws