Animal Agents and Vectors of Human Disease

by Ernest Carroll Faust, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., Emeritus Professor of Parasitology, Tulane University of Louisiana, Emeritus Professor Facultad de Medicina, Universidad del Valle, Cali, Colombia, Honorary Professor Facultad de Medicina, Universidad de Chile and Universidad Nacional, Bogotá, Colombia, Member Expert Panel on Parasitic Diseases, World Health Organization, Member Committee on Revision, U. S. Pharmacopeia, 1950–1960; Paul Chester Beaver, A.B., M.S., Ph.D., The William Vincent Professor of Tropical Diseases and Hygiene, and Head, Division of Parasitology, Tulane University of Louisiana, Member Commission of Parasitic Diseases, Armed Forces Epidemiological Board, Editor, American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene; and Rodney Clifton Jung, B.S., M.D., M.S., Ph.D., Associate Professor of Tropical Medicine and Head, Division of Tropical Medicine, Tulane University of Louisiana, Senior Visiting Physician, The Charity Hospital of Louisiana, New Orleans, Consultant in Tropical Medicine, U. S. Veterans Administration and of the U. S. Public Health Service Hospital, New Orleans, Louisiana. 2nd edition, revised, 485 pages, illustrated. Philadelphia, Lea and Febiger. 1962. $9.50

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The first edition of this volume (Animal Agents and Vectors of Human Disease) was written by Dr. Ernest Carroll Faust alone. In the second edition he has been joined by Dr. Paul C. Beaver and Dr. Rodney C. Jung who are outstanding investigators and teachers in the field of parasitic diseases. These three authors have brought a completely modern approach to this volume.

The table of contents contains five sections: I. Introduction, which considers orientation and parasite host relations. Section II. The protozoan agents, including the flagellates, the amebae, the ciliates, the coccidia which include malaria and sarcosporidea, and protozoa of undetermined relationship. Section III. The helminths, the roundworms, the flatworms and leeches. Section IV. Arthropods as agents and vectors. Section V. Technical aids. This is followed by author and subject indexes from pages 471 to 485.

There is a list of 17 important general references on page 6.

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