Books for Pathologists
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Arora: Medical Parasitology
By D.R. Arora
2007 (2nd ed), 243 pages, $43 list
Provides details of general parasitology, description of various protenzoa and helminths, that is geographical distribution, morphology, life cycle, pathogenity immunity, epidemiology, etc.
Ash: Atlas of Human Parasitology
By Lawrence R Ash and Thomas C Orihel
2007 (5th ed), 540 pages, 856 illus, $200 list
The goal of the new 5th edition of Ash & Orihel's Atlas of Human Parasitology is to provide the user with the most comprehensive and up-to-date source of information for parasite diagnosis in the laboratory.
Barrios: Parasitic Diseases of the Lungs
By Robert Barrios and Abida Haque
2013 (1st ed), 250 pages, $189 list
Diagnosis of parasitic lung diseases is often difficult as their clinical manifestations can mimic common respiratory illnesses and routine tests can fail to detect the infections. Parasitic Diseases of the Lungs is designed as a practical guide for pathologists who encounter parasitic diseases of the lung in their daily routine. The book comprises eight chapters. After discussion of the handling of lung biopsies from patients with suspected parasitic disease, individual chapters focus on Protozoa, Nematoda, Trematoda, and Cestoda. The morphologic patterns associated with various parasitic infections are then analyzed, and differentiation between artifacts and parasites is discussed. The final chapter is devoted to the immunocompromised patient and covers general principles of histologic evaluation, parasites associated with HIV and AIDS, and the features of diffuse alveolar damage.
Bogitsh: Human Parasitology
By Burton Bogitsh
2012 (4th ed), 448 pages, $195 list
Human Parasitology emphasizes a medical perspective while incorporating functional morphology, physiology, biochemistry, and immunology to enhance appreciation of the diverse implications of parasitism. Bridging the gap between classical clinical parasitology texts and traditional encyclopedic treatises, Human Parasitology appeals to students interested in the medical aspects of parasitology and those who require a solid foundation in the biology of parasites. This fourth edition has been fully revised to integrate the most recent molecular discoveries about mosquitoes, ticks and other arthropods as vectors, as well as the most effective therapeutic regimens.
Bruyn: Parasitology Research Trends
By Olivier De Bruyn
2010 (1st ed), 227 pages, $175 list
Parasitology is the study of parasites, their hosts, and the relationship between them. Many molecular tools have been developed over the past decades to determine genotypes and subgenotypes of parasites. This book describes the use of DNA technology in epidemiological investigations for parasitic research. During recent years, a striking number of studies also provided new insight into the cellular interactions and molecular mechanisms of malaria parasites during liver infection. This book summarises novel findings on the malaria liver stage biology. Furthermore, organ transplants have become more frequent world-wide. Unfortunately, parasitic infections can be transmissible by transplantation. The authors of this book describe the most useful methodology, as well as its application for the precise diagnosis of the parasite in the laboratory. The transmission mechanisms and the main factors of risk of each one of the parasites involved is discussed as well. Other chapters in this book examine the toxoplasma gondii, an intracellular protozoan parasite which infects potentially any warm-blooded animal, and the giardia duodenalis trophozoites, which have a remarkable ability to attach to the surface of epithelial cells of infected hosts. The various approaches that have been used to identify, isolate and characterise novel genes from the parasite genome of Babesia gibsoni are examined as well.
Damaso: Human Parasitology
By Rivas Damaso
2013 (1st ed), 744 pages, $40 list
Unlike some other reproductions of classic texts (1) We have not used OCR(Optical Character Recognition), as this leads to bad quality books with introduced typos. (2) In books where there are images such as portraits, maps, sketches etc We have endeavoured to keep the quality of these images, so they represent accurately the original artefact. Although occasionally there may be certain imperfections with these old texts, we feel they deserve to be made available for future generations to enjoy.
Garcia: Diagnostic Medical Parasitology
By Lynne Shore Garcia
2006 (5th ed), 1202 pages, 13 color plates, $160 list
Designed as a training aid and rapid reference for laboratory staff, this text provides summaries of diagnostic procedures and organism morphology and offers descriptions of the parasites with clear illustrations.
Garcia: Practical Guide to Diagnostic Parasitology
By Lynne Garcia
2009 (2nd ed), 486 pages, $90 list
The book features brief, accessible summaries of ordering and collection guidelines, diagnostic procedures, and artifact/organism morphology. Descriptions of parasites are accompanied by clear diagrammatic and photographic illustrations to facilitate identification. With its diagnostic algorithms, quick-reference tables, identification keys, answers to frequently asked questions, and extensive information on method selection and clinical relevance, this guide is indispensable for lab work.
Gosling: Dictionary of Parasitology
By Peter Gosling
2005 (1st ed), 408 pages, $190 list
The Dictionary of Parasitology reflects current practice in all aspects of parasitology and includes spellings, punctuation, abbreviations, acronyms, symbols, nomenclature, prefixes, and suffixes. It covers the field of modern parasitology with concise, clear, and authoritative precision. The dictionary assigns entries of parasites to the primary divisions of parasitology: human, veterinary, plant, insect, or fish; although in many instances the area of interest may be wide-ranging.
Gunn: Parasitology: An Integrated Approach
By Alan Gunn
2012 (1st ed), 456 pages, $85 list
Parasitology: An Integrated Approach, provides a concise, student-friendly account of parasites and parasite relationships that is supported by case studies and suggestions for student projects. The book focuses strongly on parasite interactions with other pathogens and in particular parasite-HIV interactions, as well as looking at how host behaviour contributes to the spread of infections. There is a consideration of the positive aspects of parasite infections, how humans have used parasites for their own advantage and also how parasite infections affect the welfare of captive and domestic animals. The emphasis of Parasitology is on recent research throughout and each chapter ends with a brief discussion of future developments. This text is not simply an updated version of typical parastitology books but takes an integrated approach and explains how the study of parasites requires an understanding of a wide range of other topics from molecular biology and immunology to the interactions of parasites with both their hosts and other pathogens.
Holland: Ascaris: The Neglected Parasite
By Celia Holland
2013 (1st ed), 456 pages, $150 list
This book tackles a number of different perspectives concerning the parasitic helminth Ascaris, both in animals and in humans and the disease known as ascariasis. It seeks to identify interesting, exciting and novel aspects, which will interest readers from a broad range of disciplines. Over a quarter of the world's population are infected with the human roundworm, and the equivalent in pigs is equally ubiquitous. Both contribute to insidious and chronic nutritional morbidity, and this has been quantified, in humans, as disability adjusted life years approximating 10.5 million. Ascaris larvae develop in host parenteral tissues, and the resultant pathology has been condemnation. Ascariasis, despite its staggering global prevalence and the sheer numbers of people it infects, remains a classic neglected disease. However, renewed interest in the consequences of early infection with worms from the perspective of immune modulation, co-infections and the development of allergy further enhances the relevance of these parasites.
John: Markell and Voge's Medical Parasitology
By David John
2006 (9th ed), 480 pages, $79 list
With a new two-color design, Markell and Voge's Medical Parasitology has an updated and fresh look that highlights the comprehensive material students have trusted for over 40 years. Completely redrawn line drawings and improved halftones provide visual examples related directly to the textual material. The content explores the etiologic agents of human disease belonging to the animal kingdom: protozoa, helminths (worms), and arthropods (insects and spiders), all of which are a significant cause of, or link to illness encountered both in tropical and temperate environments. In addition to providing detailed descriptions of these agents, this text deals with the clinical diseases they cause, their modes of acquisition, transmission and epidemiology, and their pathogenesis, diagnosis, treatment and prevention.
Kennedy: Parasitic Nematodes: Molecular Biology, Biochemistry and Immunology
By Malcolm Kennedy
2013 (2nd ed), 432 pages, $230 list
Covering a wide range of rapidly-developing fields of research into parasitic nematodes, this comprehensive volume discusses the genetics, biochemistry and immunology of nematode parasites of humans as well as domestic animals and plants. This fully-updated edition also covers new advances including horizontal gene transfer, immune expulsion mechanisms, genetics of susceptibility in humans, nematode protein structures, role of bacterial symbionts, intrinsic immune response, host immune system modulation, modulation of allergic and autoimmune diseases and the use of parasitic nematodes or their products as therapeutics.
Leventhal: Medical Parasitology
By Ruth Leventhal
2011 (3rd ed), 272 pages, $52 list
Rely on this concise, systematic introduction to the biology and epidemiology of human parasitic diseases. Explore an extensive series of photographs, line drawings, and plates that aid in the recognition of parasitic diseases and help to build a solid understanding of the fundamentals of diagnosis and treatment.Updated and enhanced, the 6th Edition features an expanded art program-now in full color. You'll also find more case studies and new interactive exercises online at DavisPlus.Makes the perfect laboratory manual for all disciplines and specialties.
Liu: Molecular Detection of Human Parasitic Pathogens
By Dongyou Liu
2013 (1st ed), 895 pages, $200 list
The large number of original and modified molecular protocols that have been developed over the years creates a dilemma for those attempting to adopt the most appropriate protocol for streamlined identification and detection of human pathogenic organisms of interest. Part of a four-volume collection, Molecular Detection of Human Parasitic Pathogens provides a reliable and comprehensive resource on the molecular detection and identification of major human parasitic pathogens.
Mehlhorn: Encyclopedia of Parasitology
By Heinz Mehlhorn
2008 (3rd ed), 1573 pages, $949 list
The third edition of the Encyclopedia of Parasitology contributes to these goals in several ways: the number of entries has been increased by about 30%, the content has been even more improved by adding more tables and figures. The extensive linking between definitions and essays facilitates information within a minimum of time.
Peters: Atlas of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology
By Wallace Peters
2006 (6th ed), 448 pages, 1200 illus, $135 list
Increased global travel has changed the way we think about disease distribution. Diseases once considered of localised interest can be disseminated more readily than ever due to the increased speed of international travel. This is your perfect visual guide to diagnosing these diseases. The Sixth Edition of this internationally acclaimed atlas is the most comprehensive ever, with extensively revised text and more than 1200 stunning images.
Price: Advances in Parasitology: The Epidemiology of Plasmodium Vivax
By Ric Price
2013 (1st ed), 368 pages, $231 list
Advances in Parasitology includes medical studies on parasites of major influence, such as Plasmodium falciparum and trypanosomes. The series also contains reviews of more traditional areas, such as zoology, taxonomy, and life history, which shape current thinking and applications. .
Ridley: Parasitology for Medical and Clinical Laboratory Professionals
By John Ridley
2011 (1st ed), 336 pages, $68 list
PARASITOLOGY FOR MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIANS is the ideal text to guide readers in understanding the background, source, recovery, and identification of a well-representative range of organisms that commonly affect humans. This book organizes a complex set of topics into an understandable and easy-to-read format that will help readers learn more about parasitic infections and how to effectively collect and prepare samples, aiding in the diagnosis of parasitosis. The subtle differences between similar parasitic organisms are all explained in a simple and easily understood manner, increasing the likelihood that readers will be able to recover the parasites, prepare them for identification and, subsequently, ensure effective treatment.
Roberts: Foundations of Parasitology
By Larry Roberts
2012 (9th ed), 688 pages, $173 list
This textbook is designed especially for the upper-division courses in general parasitology. It emphasizes principles, illustrating them with material on the biology, physiology, morphology, and ecology of the major parasites of humans and domestic animals. Other parasites are included as well, when they are of unusual biological interest. This is not a diagnostic manual for medical students.
Rollinson: Advances in Parasitology
By D. Rollinson
2013 (1st ed), 400 pages, $231 list
First published in 1963, Advances in Parasitology contains comprehensive and up-to-date reviews in all areas of interest in contemporary parasitology. Advances in Parasitology includes medical studies on parasites of major influence, such as Plasmodium falciparum and trypanosomes. The series also contains reviews of more traditional areas, such as zoology, taxonomy, and life history, which shape current thinking and applications. Eclectic volumes are supplemented by thematic volumes on various topics, including control of human parasitic diseases and global mapping of infectious diseases.
Schmid-Hempel: Evolutionary Parasitology
By Paul Schmid-Hempel
2011 (2nd ed), 496 pages, $59 list
Evolutionary Parasitology deals with a wide range of topics, from immunology, genetics, sexual selection, to population dynamics, ecology and co-evolution. Readers from different fields and with different backgrounds will find a rich source to meet their interests and to expand their insights into neighbouring disciplines.
Zeibig: Clinical Parasitology
By Elizabeth Ziebig
2012 (2nd ed), 384 pages, $53 list
Now in full color, the second edition of Clinical Parasitology provides you with all of the information needed to perform, read, and interpret parasitology tests in a clear and understandable way. The user-friendly design, extensive illustrations, pedagogical features and clear descriptions of look-a-like parasites will help you better hone your skills and confidently perform clinical procedures.
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