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Evaluation of ultrasonics 95 +39 pyogenic. , 1951 Bargen, 1951 United States 7 Overseas 3 Home 3 In 50 cases of amoebiasis in veterans 1 Home 6 Overseas 2 Doubtful 2 Overseas 2 Overseas 1 Home 42 AFIP autopsies (reports cysts in tissues) 1 Child 56 AFIP material 1 Child 1 Origin uncertain 4 Overseas 2 Home 2 Home ( ? above) 1 Pericarditis. Never left Albany 3 Thoracic complications 36 RONALD ELSDON-DEW T A B LVI-continued E Pennsylvania Diamond and Scribner, 1956 I Post-traumatic scapular abscess Missouri J.
TABLE I11 Reports to the World Health Organizationfor the years 1946-1956 (Epidem. vital Statist. Rep. A. 70 0 2 r tl m r v, c1 0 If. Pz v) 1 v) - 28 R 0 N A L D E L S D 0N D E W T A B L IEV La dysenlerie dakaroisc (selon Baylet, 1959) Selles B macrophages Glairo Non-glairo Selles sanglantes sanglantes plteuses NurnCro E. dysenteriae Shigelles Forrnes miriuta et des kystes 21 9 7 . 1 % 2. Clinical Aspects Review of the sources of literature on the clinical aspects should give some concept of the geographical distribution of the disease, but so much has been written (and so little said) that it would be both tedious and unedifying to cite more than the few examples necessary to outline the situation.
If, perchance, the symptoms are aheliorated after antiamoebic therapy, the association is established. If not-“The amoeba is difficult to treat”. The spiral goes further-once the physician has becom,eamoeba-conscious, he attributes the lack of laboratory confirmation to the highly publicized difficulty of finding the parasite, and he treats anyway. Alternatively, if he sends a large enough series of specimens to a “pepper-pot” laboratory, sooner or later some object resembling an amoeba will be found.
Advances in Parasitology, Vol. 6 by Ben Dawes (Ed.)