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Manson's tropical diseases

By: Cook, G. C. (Gordon Charles)
Contributor(s): Zumla, Alimuddin | Manson, Patrick, Sir, 1844-1922. Tropical diseases
Material type: TextTextPublisher: [Edinburgh] : Saunders, 2009Edition: 22nd ed. / Gordon C. Cook and Alimuddin I. Zumla [editors]Description: xx, 1,830 p. : ill. (some col.), maps ; 29 cmISBN: 9781416044703 (hbk.); 1416044701 (hbk.); 9781416044710 (international ed.); 141604471X (international ed.)Other title: Tropical diseasesSubject(s): Tropical medicine | Tropical MedicineDDC classification: 616.9883 LOC classification: RC961 | .M28 2009RC961 | .M28 2009
Contents:
History of tropical medicine, and medicine in the tropics -- Primary care and disease prevention and control -- Epidemiology of disease in the tropics -- Traditional medicine -- Genetics -- Immunological aspects of tropical diseases -- The ecnomics and financing of tropical and infectious disease control -- Ethics and tropical diseases: some global considerations -- General approach to the patient -- Tropical gastroenterological problems -- Respiratory problems in the tropics -- Cardiovascular disease in the tropics -- Haematological diseases in the tropics -- Blood transfusion -- Renal disease in the tropics -- Tropical neurology -- Psychiatry -- Ophthalmology in the tropics and subtropics -- Dermatological problems -- HIV/AIDS and opportunistic illnesses -- Sexually transmitted infections (excluding HIV) -- Musculoskeletal diseases -- Paediatrics in the tropics -- Surgery in the tropics -- Obstetrics in the tropics -- Trends in radiology and imaging services in the tropics -- Tropical oral health -- Travel health -- Heat stress and associated disorders -- Nutrition-associated disease -- Venomous and poisonous animals -- Plant poisons -- Podoconiosis (non-infectious geochemical elephantiasis) -- Familial mediterranean fever (recurrent hereditary polyserositis) -- Malignant disease -- Diabetes in the tropics -- Hypertension in the tropics -- Ischaemic heart disease -- Viral hepatitis -- Arbovirus infections -- Dengue and dengue haemorrhagic fever --
Viral haemorrhagic fevers -- Epstein-Barr virus and associated diseases -- Rabies -- Diarrhoea caused by viruses -- Respiratory viruses -- Cutaneous viral diseases -- Virus infections of the central nervous system -- Rickettsial infections -- Introduction to acute infective diarrhoea -- Bacterial enteropathogens -- Salmonella infections -- Resistant gut bacteria -- Pneumococcal diseases -- Bacterial meningitis -- Tuberculosis -- Human disease due to environmental mycobacteria and nocardiae -- Leprosy -- Brucellosis -- Actinomycosis and whipple disease -- Bartonellosis, cat-scratch disease, trench fever, human erlichiosis -- Tularaemia -- Anthrax -- Tetanus -- Plague -- Melioidosis -- Diphtheria -- Endemic treponematoses -- Other spirochaetal diseases (excluding treponema spp. and leptospira spp.) -- Leptospirosis -- Fungal infections -- Pneumocystis jiroveci infection -- Malaria -- Babesiosis -- Human African trypanosomiasis -- American trypanosomiasis (chagas' disease) -- Leishmaniasis -- Toxoplasmosis -- Intestinal protozoa -- Potentially pathogenic free-living amoebae -- Trichomonal infection -- Schistosomiasis -- Food-borne trematodes -- Filariases -- Soil-transmitted helminths (geohelminths) -- Echinococcosis/hydatidosis -- Other cestode infections: intestinal cestodes, cysticercosis, other larval cestode infections -- Ectoparasites: leeches and leech infestation, myiasis, jigger fleas, scabies, louse infestation -- Arthropod dermatoses, stings, bites , allergies and neuroses
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Includes bibliographical references and index

History of tropical medicine, and medicine in the tropics -- Primary care and disease prevention and control -- Epidemiology of disease in the tropics -- Traditional medicine -- Genetics -- Immunological aspects of tropical diseases -- The ecnomics and financing of tropical and infectious disease control -- Ethics and tropical diseases: some global considerations -- General approach to the patient -- Tropical gastroenterological problems -- Respiratory problems in the tropics -- Cardiovascular disease in the tropics -- Haematological diseases in the tropics -- Blood transfusion -- Renal disease in the tropics -- Tropical neurology -- Psychiatry -- Ophthalmology in the tropics and subtropics -- Dermatological problems -- HIV/AIDS and opportunistic illnesses -- Sexually transmitted infections (excluding HIV) -- Musculoskeletal diseases -- Paediatrics in the tropics -- Surgery in the tropics -- Obstetrics in the tropics -- Trends in radiology and imaging services in the tropics -- Tropical oral health -- Travel health -- Heat stress and associated disorders -- Nutrition-associated disease -- Venomous and poisonous animals -- Plant poisons -- Podoconiosis (non-infectious geochemical elephantiasis) -- Familial mediterranean fever (recurrent hereditary polyserositis) -- Malignant disease -- Diabetes in the tropics -- Hypertension in the tropics -- Ischaemic heart disease -- Viral hepatitis -- Arbovirus infections -- Dengue and dengue haemorrhagic fever --

Viral haemorrhagic fevers -- Epstein-Barr virus and associated diseases -- Rabies -- Diarrhoea caused by viruses -- Respiratory viruses -- Cutaneous viral diseases -- Virus infections of the central nervous system -- Rickettsial infections -- Introduction to acute infective diarrhoea -- Bacterial enteropathogens -- Salmonella infections -- Resistant gut bacteria -- Pneumococcal diseases -- Bacterial meningitis -- Tuberculosis -- Human disease due to environmental mycobacteria and nocardiae -- Leprosy -- Brucellosis -- Actinomycosis and whipple disease -- Bartonellosis, cat-scratch disease, trench fever, human erlichiosis -- Tularaemia -- Anthrax -- Tetanus -- Plague -- Melioidosis -- Diphtheria -- Endemic treponematoses -- Other spirochaetal diseases (excluding treponema spp. and leptospira spp.) -- Leptospirosis -- Fungal infections -- Pneumocystis jiroveci infection -- Malaria -- Babesiosis -- Human African trypanosomiasis -- American trypanosomiasis (chagas' disease) -- Leishmaniasis -- Toxoplasmosis -- Intestinal protozoa -- Potentially pathogenic free-living amoebae -- Trichomonal infection -- Schistosomiasis -- Food-borne trematodes -- Filariases -- Soil-transmitted helminths (geohelminths) -- Echinococcosis/hydatidosis -- Other cestode infections: intestinal cestodes, cysticercosis, other larval cestode infections -- Ectoparasites: leeches and leech infestation, myiasis, jigger fleas, scabies, louse infestation -- Arthropod dermatoses, stings, bites , allergies and neuroses

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