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Paniker's Textbook of Medical Parasitology, 7th Edition () [PDF]. Khuong Le. AntoniE Van Leeuwenhoek Born: - Died: Delft, Holland. PDF | The third edition of Textbook of Medical Parasitology has retained the original intent of the book-To provide up-to-date information on parasitic diseases . much in alleviating the shortage of Parasitology texts. Students preparing to 5 . Belding, D., Text book of clinical parasitology, 2nd edition, New York,


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The complete title of the book is "Textbook of Medical Parasitology Protozoology and Helminthology" and is the 4 th edition. The book has four sections, 18 chapters, and a total of pages. PDF Downloaded, as an introductory textbook in parasitology, and year by year it has been adopted by more to Parasitology, with Special Reference to Human Parasites." This. Modern Parasitology: A Textbook of Parasitology, Second Edition The text serves as a comprehensive introduction to parasitology for both.

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Few of these specialized monographs bridge the gap between the traditional texts and recent research developments and this gap has been partially filled by a few multiauthor works that present research findings in a more general context. Inevitably, however, such monographs, excellent as most of them are, tend to be pitched at a level too high for undergraduate courses or those just entering the field of parasitology. It is against this background that this book has been written and the intention is to introduce the whole of modern parasirology in a succinCt and comprehensive way.

This is, therefore, not really a second edition but an almost completely new version. The first two chapters cover familiar ground and describe, in a condensed form, the most important protozoan and helminth parasites that infect hum.

The fourth chapter, whicb has largely stood the test of time, covers parasite ecology and epidemiology in the context of modem mathematical concepts and now includes comparisons with infectious disuses caused by organisms other than parasites.

The eichth chapter, which has been completely rewritten, is concerned with the immunology of pansitic infections in the context of modem immunological concepts and also includes comparisons with other infectious diseases. The ninth chapter presents an up to date coverage of the basic principles of chemotherapy and has been enlarged to cover basic principles as well as the drugs used.

The final chapter, which is completely new, is concerned with integrated control programmes and brings together various topics such as chemotherapy, immunization and vector control covered in earlier chapters. This book is intended mainly for undergraduate students who are advised to read the fust three chapters and then, selectively, the others in whatever order interests them or is compatible with the course they art following.

Graduate students, and other postgradwte research workers who wish to put their own work into a more general context, a:re also advised to follow the same approach but can be more selective than under- gradwtes although, in reality, no area of parasitology is so distinct from any other that it cannot benefit from some comprehension of what is being done elsewhere and why it is being done.

It must be emphasized that this book is intended to be an introduction to modem parasitology and, as such, should be read in conjunction with other books, reviews and scientific papers. Each chapter is followed by a selected list of important and accessible references which will guide the reader towards more specific topics. The reader will also need to refer to the more generalliterature of the subject and some of the textbooks and monographs in the English 1angu.

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Human Parasitology

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London, Cower Medical. Peten, W. The book has four sections, 18 chapters, and a total of pages. The first section deals with general parasitology, second with protozoan infections, third with helminthic infections, and the last section on common diagnostic methods in parasitology.

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The third edition was brought in also has odd pages, few color plates and case study of select parasitic infections. Compared to the third, the 4 th edition has undergone thorough revision, with more recent updates. The text font can be read without strain, the paper used is glossy and soothing beige colored, the tables stand with light colored background.

All these features make a pleasant reading. Coming to the details, the 4 th edition is thoroughly updated in style and contents. The main text content as well as that in table is clear and easy to grasp. The main highlight is the "key points" box liberally added in each chapter. The latter is a boon to the exam going students for brushing up the content so as to write a reasonably good essay, which has become a rarity nowadays.

It is as well of use to the teacher who can especially take a glance of the key points and tables before going to the class lecture!

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The developments in parasitology and tropical parasitic diseasesincluding molecular diagnostics are incorporated in the text throughout as well as a separate slot as "newer developments" sprinkled in many chapters.Dr Amirah Amir is a clinician by training with a PhD in clinical parasitology, who is equally enthusiastic about teaching. Hyde, '.

The protozoa that infect humans range from forms that are never p,1thogenic to those that cause malaria, sleeping sickness, Chagas disease and leishmaniasis, now regarded as being among the major diseases of tropical countries, and which together threaten over onequarter of the population of the world. New York, Alan R. The reader will also need to refer to the more generalliterature of the subject and some of the textbooks and monographs in the English 1angu.

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