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Volume 50, Issue 3
  • ISSN: 0002-9637
  • E-ISSN: 1476-1645
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Abstract

This hefty atlas, in both English and Italian, is composed of 10 chapters and over 500 photographs, both color and black and white plates. A mixture of outstanding light and electron micrographs illustrates the etiologic agent in diverse morphologic aspects by both direct microscopic observation and in histologic specimens. There are eight chapters, dealing with intestinal ameba and , free-living ameba, intestinal and urogenital flagellates and ciliates, blood and tissue flagellates, and , coccidia, microsporidia, and . A ninth and tenth chapter detail basic diagnostic criteria and basic techniques for diagnosis, respectively.

Each chapter is divided into subsections dealing with a specific organism or closely related group of organisms. Chapters open with a world map illustrating the geographical distribution and a taxonomic summary of the agent(s). This is followed by a brief discussion of the epidemiology, life cycle, clinical/pathological features, and organ involvement.

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1994-03-01
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