Essentials of Medical Parasitology
Presents the essential features of medically important parasites and the diseases they transmit. Outlines various therapeutic and medicinal regimens. Has 145 radiographs, photomicrographs and diagrams.
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Introduction to Parasites and Parasitism
The Nonpathogenic Amebas
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abscess acute administered adult worm Africa amebas amebiasis amebic anemia animals areas arthropods Ascaris become bite blood stream bugs cause cercarias characteristic Chloroquine chronic clinical coli colon containing contraindications cycle cyst develops DIAGNOSIS The diagnosis diarrhea DISEASE PRODUCED dogs dosage drug of choice dysentery effective eggs encysted endemic erythrocytic falciparum feces female fever filariasis flea flies fluke gametocytes genus GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION gravid hatch hexylresorcinol histolytica hookworm human infection ingestion intermediate host larvas leishmanias lesions liver lungs malaria male mature measures medical importance membrane merozoites microfilarias migrate miracidium mites MORPHOLOGY mosquito myiasis occur organs parasite PATHOGENESIS pathogenic PATHOLOGY patient penetrates persons Photomicrograph piperazine Plasmodium plerocercoid PREVENTION proglottids quinacrine reactions red cells Regimen schizogony schizont scolex skin small intestine snail species stages stool SYMPTOMATOLOGY symptoms tablets tapeworm therapy three times daily tick tissues toxic tract TRANSMISSION transmitted treatment trophozoite trypanosomes ulcer vectors vivax