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The core information is presented in a clear and concise way, with extensive use of diagrams, ...
The core information is presented in a clear and concise way, with extensive use of diagrams, algorithms, tables and boxes. All chapters have been updated to reflect current best practice and the annotated bibliographies and lists of web-based resources have been extended. The chapters on HIV, tuberculosis and malaria have undergone particularly extensive revision, reflecting rapid changes in these areas since the last edition.
Lecture Notes: Tropical Medicine is particularly aimed at postgraduate doctors attending tropical medicine courses, as well as medical students taking a tropical medicine elective period. It will also be useful to a wide range of other health professionals involved with medicine in the tropics, or imported tropical disease.
List of Abbreviations.
New Drug Names.
Part 1: A General Approach to Syndromes/Symptom Complexes.
1 Gastrointestinal presentations.
2 Respiratory presentations.
3 Neurological presentations.
4 Febrile presentations.
5 Dermatological presentations.
6 The patient with anaemia.
7 A syndromic approach to sexually transmitted infections.
8 Splenomegaly in the tropics.
Part 2: Major Tropical Infections.
10 Visceral leishmaniasis.
11 Cutaneous leishmaniasis.
13 HIV infection and disease in the tropics.
14 Onchocerciasis, filariasis and loiasis.
15 African trypanosomiasis.
16 South American trypanosomiasis—Chagas’ disease.
Part 3: Other Tropical Diseases.
20 Bacillary dysentery.
22 Giardiasis and other intestinal protozoal infections.
23 Intestinal cestode infections (tapeworms) including cysticercosis.
24 Soil-transmitted helminths.
25 Viral hepatitis.
26 Liver and intestinal flukes.
27 Hydatid disease.
29 Lung flukes.
30 Tropical pulmonary eosinophilia.
31 Pyogenic meningitis.
32 Cryptococcal meningitis.
34 Acute flaccid paralysis.
35 Spastic paralysis.
39 Typhoid and paratyphoid fevers.
41 Viral haemorrhagic fevers.
42 Dengue and yellow fever.
43 Relapsing fevers.
44 Rickettsial infections.
47 Tropical ulcer.
48 Buruli ulcer.
50 Cutaneous larva migrans.
51 Scabies and lice.
53 Guinea worm infection (dracunculiasis).
55 Other fungal infections.
56 Haemoglobinopathies and red cell enzymopathies.
57 Haematinic deficiencies.
58 Bites and stings.
59 Non-communicable diseases.
60 Refugee health.
61 Syndromes of malnutrition.