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Parassitologia

Parassitologia medica illustrata

Gabriella Cancrini

editore: Edra

pagine: 384

Questo manuale si è conquistato fin dalla prima edizione del 1996 un grande apprezzamento da parte degli studenti per omogeneità, completezza e chiarezza della trattazione. In questa terza edizione, rinnovata nella grafica per facilitare la lettura e la memorizzazione dei contenuti, è stato accentuato l'orientamento clinico e pratico. L'importanza dello studio della parassitologia per il medico in formazione è infatti crescente perché le parassitosi sono oggi più diffuse rispetto al passato, non solo per l'incremento demografico in atto nei paesi tropicali e subtropicali in via di sviluppo ma anche per l'aumento dei deficit immunitari acquisiti o indotti, che fanno rilevare, anche nel nostro Paese, casi di malattie parassitarie autoctone.
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The Medical Letter. Farmaci per le infezioni parassitarie

editore: CIS Editore

pagine: 80

Una mini guida sintetica nel collaudato stile di The Medical Letter arricchita da tabelle con farmaci e dosaggi per la gestione delle infezioni parassitarie che contiene raccomandazioni per il trattamento delle infezioni comuni (quali la giardiasi) e quelle meno comuni quali la meningoencefalite amebica. Trattamento e prevenzione della malaria. Non mancano gli effetti avversi.
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De Carneri. Parassitologia medica e diagnostica parassitologia

editore: CEA

pagine: 432

Questo libro affronta nello specifico i principali aspetti della parassitologia umana e della diagnostica parassitologica per un uso professionale, per i medici specializzandi e anche per un uso all'interno dei corsi universitari. Contrariamente a quanto si possa pensare, l'incidenza delle malattie parassitarie è a oggi tutt'altro che insignificante anche nelle società occidentali, oltre naturalmente nei Paesi in via di sviluppo, dove le parassitosi umane costituiscono un problema di difficile soluzione che incide in modo significativo sulla qualità e sulle speranze di vita. I numerosi viaggi in Paesi tropicali e i continui flussi immigratori favoriscono, inoltre, un efficace rimescolamento dei patogeni opportunisti, tra cui, in larga misura, organismi a eziologia parassitaria. Il testo si colloca all'interno di questo scenario, con l'obiettivo di analizzare le diverse problematiche legate alle infezioni da parassiti. L'accurata trattazione delle patologie, la presentazione in schede, la nuova articolazione per ciascun agente eziologico/patologia in sottoargomenti sono state organizzate in modo funzionale per una facile lettura e ricerca. La parte tassonomica è stata completamente rivisitata e aggiornata. Sono inoltre disponibili, nella sezione di Medicina professionale del sito www.testtube.it, una serie di approfondimenti in formato PDF dedicati alla storia della parassitologia, all'epidemiologia, ai farmaci antiparassitari e agli schemi di trattamento.
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Microbiologia medica. Gli agenti infettivi dell'uomo: biologia, azione patogena, laboratorio. Parassitologia

editore: Monduzzi

pagine: 444

Il volume completa l'opera in quattro parti "Microbiologia medica gli agenti infettivi dell' uomo: biologia, azione patogena, laboratorio", ciascuna corrispondente alle quattro branche principali della disciplina: micologia, batteriologia, virologia e parassitologia, contenute in altrettanti volumi distinti. La motivazione principale di questa separazione risiede nella convinzione che l'opera così concepita sia fruibile con una maggior flessibilità nelle diverse sedi universitarie e rispetto agli interessi specifici dei diversi corsi di studio.
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Natural History of Host-Parasite Interactions

editore: Academic Press Inc

pagine: 366

This volume covers a wide range of systems, exemplified by a broad spectrum of micro- and macro-parasites, impacting humans, domestic and wild animals and plants. It illustrates the importance of evolutionary considerations and concepts, both as thinking tools for qualitative understanding or as guiding tools for decision making in major disease control programs. * Brings together a range of articles from scientists from different fields of research and/or disease control, but with a common interest in studying the biology of a variety of parasitic diseases * Evolutionary theory has an important role to play in both the interpretation of host and parasitic dynamics and the design and application of disease control programs
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Atlas of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology

Geoffrey Pasvol, Wallace Peters

editore: Mosby

pagine: 448

First Prize, Public Health, BMA Awards 2007. Increased global travel has changed the way we think about disease distribution. Diseases once considered of localised interest can be disseminated more readily than ever due to the increased speed of international travel. This is your perfect visual guide to diagnosing these diseases. The sixth edition of this internationally acclaimed atlas is the most comprehensive ever, with extensively revised text and more than 1,200 stunning images.
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Markell and Voge's Medical Parasitology

David T. John, William A. Petri

editore: Saunders (W.B.) Co Ltd

pagine: 480

With a new two-color design, "Markell and Voge's Medical Parasitology" has an updated and fresh look that highlights the comprehensive material students have trusted for over 40 years. Completely redrawn line drawings and improved halftones provide visual examples related directly to the textual material. The content explores the etiologic agents of human disease belonging to the animal kingdom: protozoa, helminths (worms), and arthropods (insects and spiders), all of which are a significant cause of, or link to illness encountered both in tropical and temperate environments. In addition to providing detailed descriptions of these agents, this text deals with the clinical diseases they cause, their modes of acquisition, transmission and epidemiology, and their pathogenesis, diagnosis, treatment and prevention.
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Cases in Human Parasitology

Judith S. Heelan

editore: American Society for Microbiology

pagine: 256

An important educational reference source for health care scientists active in the field of parasitology. * Includes more than 60 case studies focusing on intestinal protozoa, blood and tissue protozoa, cestodes, trematodes, and intestinal nematodes, as well as blood and tissue nematodes. * Features cases with patient history and symptoms, relevant clinical findings and laboratory data, and in most cases relevant full-color images; proceed with discussion questions; and conclude with answers to the questions. * Presents students with unusual patient histories and symptoms. * Serves as a resource for pathology residents and infectious disease fellows in preparing for board exams and in continuing the education of medical technologists involved in diagnostic parasitology. This title is published by the American Society for Microbiology Press and distributed by Taylor and Francis in rest of world territories.
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Toxoplasmosis

A Comprehensive Clinical Guide

David H. M. Joynson, Tim G. Wreghitt

editore: Cambridge University Press

pagine: 410

This authoritative and comprehensive account looks at the re-emergence of toxoplasmosis as a significant and potentially fatal infection. A team of acknowledged international experts review the latest diagnostic techniques, and the management of infection in pregnant women, neonates, the eye, transplant and other immunosuppressed patients and those with AIDS. The contentious issue of the role of screening during pregnancy and in the new-born is covered in depth. The introductory chapters on biology, immunology and epidemiology of the infection provide essential background to understanding the clinical disease. The full range of treatment strategies are presented in an easily accessible form. The natural history and life cycle of the causative organism, Toxoplasma gondii, provide a fascinating insight into one of the most successful parasites on earth. Although the burden of this disease varies greatly from country to country, it remains a global public health problem which affects about one billion individuals.
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Advances in Parasitology

editore: Academic Press Inc

pagine: 397

First published in 1963, Advances in Parasitology contains comprehensive and up-to-date reviews in all areas of interest in contemporary parasitology. Now edited by J.R. Baker (Royal School of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, UK), R. Muller (International Institute of Parasitology, UK) and D. Rollinson (The Natural History Museum, UK), supported by an international Editorial Board, Advances in Parasitology includes medical studies on parasites of major influence, such as typanosomiasis and scabies, and reviews of more traditional areas, such as zoology, taxonomy, and life history, which shape current thinking and applications. Eclectic volumes are supplemented by thematic volumes on such topics as Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems in Epidemiology. In 1999, the Institute for Scientific Information released figures showing that Advances in Parasitology has an Impact Factor of 4.913, placing it 2nd in the highly competitive category of Parasitology. This eclectic volume in the serial contains four reviews on the following topics: * Two reviews on the biology of trypanosomes (a parasitic protozoan) and trypanosomiasis (disease caused by the parasite, such as sleeping sickness and Chagas' disease), a topical area in public health, especially in Africa and South America, and much research in epidemiology and molecular biology/biochemistry. * A review summarizing the literature on the biology of Echinostomes (parasitic flatworms), focusing on descriptions and life cycle studies, experimental studies and physiology, and biochemistry and molecular biology. * A review on the importance of apoptosis (programmed cell death) in the interaction between host and parasite--how it is used in both the parasite 'attacking' the host, and in the host's defense mechanisms. This has implications in the evolution of parasite and host systems, and also in identifying the underlying causes of diseases caused by parasites.
179,73 152,77

Diagnostic Medical Parasitology

L Garcia

editore: American Society for Microbiology

pagine: 718

This major reference, now in its fourth edition, updates and advances the field of diagnostic medical parasitology and reports on the dramatic changes that have occurred in this field. Newly recognized parasites, alternative diagnostic techniques defined by new regulatory requirements, implementation of testing based on molecular techniques, expanded tables and photographs, and new information on parasitic infections are included. The first section of this book includes comprehensive discussions of individual parasites and provides information related to life cycles, morphology, clinical disease in both immunocompetent and compromised patients, diagnosis, treatment, epidemiology, and prevention.The second half of the book offers clear, concise, comprehensive, and well-organized diagnostic procedures for use in the clinical laboratory, including techniques for parasite identification that are relevant throughout the world. The pros and cons of various test options are included throughout the diagnostic section of the book. New in the Fourth Edition: Expanded life cycles and algorithms; new photographs and illustrations; expanded, updated text; new tables; new diagnostic procedures; expanded information on diagnostic kits; review of test order options/relevance; product/method photographs; expanded 'Late-Breaking' published information.
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