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Adams & Maegraith: Clinical tropical diseases

A. R. D. Adams

Adams & Maegraith: Clinical tropical diseases

by A. R. D. Adams

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Published by Blackwell Scientific Pub. in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tropical medicine.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesClinical tropical diseases.
    StatementBrian Maegraith; with contributions by S. G. Browne [et al.]
    ContributionsMaegraith, B. G. 1907-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 621 p. :
    Number of Pages621
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13585813M
    ISBN 10063200536X

    David B. Adams, M.D. is Professor and Chief of Gastrointestinal and Laparoscopic Surgery and Co-Director of the Digestive Disease Center at the Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South is the author of over manuscripts and book chapters which deal with his academic and clinical research interests in chronic pancreatitis. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

    David P Adams, "Foundations of Infectious Disease: A Public Health Perspective" English | ISBN: | | pages | PDF | MB. Exotic diseases in practice; the clinical and public health significance of the changing geographical patterns of disease. [B G Maegraith] # Tropical Medicine\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema.

      The clinical effects of sickling are well known to the tropical doctor but less readily recognised by his western counterpart. In black patients Dupuytren's disease is ex tremely rare and very few cases have been re ported (Larsen, ; Mennen and Grabe, ; Zaworski and Mann, ) and most of the patients are male. Maegraith B.G. Leithead C.S. Clinical Methods in Tropical Medicine London Schneider J. Les Maladies tropicales dans la pratique me ´ dicale courante Paris Recommended articles Citing articles (0).


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Adams & Maegraith: Clinical tropical diseases. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications ; St. Louis: distributed in U.S.A. by Blackwell Mosby Book Distributors, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A R D Adams; B G Maegraith. Clinical tropical diseases. [A R D Adams; B G Maegraith] Clinical tropical diseases.

Oxford, Blackwell Scientific, Book: All Authors / Contributors: A R D Adams; B G Maegraith. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. A R D Adams; B G Maegraith: Publisher: Oxford ; Boston: Blackwell Scientific Publications ; St.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Adams, A.R.D. (Alfred Robert Davies). Clinical tropical diseases. Philadelphia, F.A.

Davis Co. [] (OCoLC) The great virtue of Adams and Maegraith's Clinical Tropical Diseases has always been its lucid and concise description of the diseases of the tropics.

The new edition prepared by Prof. Brian Maegraith of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine retains. Since its first edition in Adams and Maegraith: Clinical tropical diseases has been a popular handbook for clinical diagnosis and treatment of diseases common to the tropics.

The clinical features and laboratory findings of the disease in this neonate were very different from those usually found in adults. Furthermore, her infection was complicated by the syndrome of inappropriate anti-diuretic hormone secretion.

With A. Adams he worked on the effectiveness of anti-malarial drugs and developed paludrine; he also undertook research on blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, snake bite, typhus fever and meningitis.

He and Adams wrote Clinical Tropical Diseases (), and Tropical Medicine for Nurses (). Book: Clinical Tropical Diseases No.2nd Edition pp.x + pp.

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Title(s): Adams & Maegraith clinical tropical diseases/ Brian Maegraith ; with contributions by S.G. Browne. Book Notes | 1 February Adams and Maegraith: Clinical Tropical Diseases. ‹ PREV ARTICLE; This Issue; NEXT ARTICLE › FULL TEXT. Summary. Three patients were described in whom falciparum malaria was accompanied by severe jaundice, renal failure due to tubular necrosis, and anaemia withou.

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Clinical features were classical. Sodium stibogluconate, used as a first line drug, was effective in 926% of cases. By increasing the course of antimonial therapy from 10 to 20 days the relapse rate was reduced to 05% compared with 15% in the previous epidemic.

Tropical Diseases a group of diseases occurring exclusively or largely in the equatorial, subequatorial, and tropical regions. They include mainly infectious and parasitic diseases, most of which are transmissible.

Among them are such viral diseases as yellow fever, such bacterial diseases as melioidosis, such rickettsial diseases as tsutsugamushi, such. Author(s): Adams,A R D(Alfred Robert Davies); Maegraith,B G(Brian Gilmore), Title(s): Adams & Maegraith: Clinical tropical diseases. Follow B. Maegraith and explore their bibliography from 's B.

Maegraith Author Page. Author(s): Adams,A R D(Alfred Robert Davies); Maegraith,B G(Brian Gilmore), Title(s): Adams & Maegraith Clinical tropical diseases. Edition: 8th ed. / Brian Maegraith ; with contributions by S.G.

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R. D. Adams.Background: Severe malaria is a chief cause of death in the North-eastern states of criteria for defining severe malaria have fluctuating over the last many years.

Detection of both specific and sensitive clinical features of falciparum malaria to predict death is required to improve clinical management.