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    The Encyclopedia of Arthropod-Transmitted Infections of Man and Domesticated Animals

    The Encyclopedia of Arthropod-Transmitted Infections of Man and Domesticated Animals
    by M. W. Service (Editor)

    Pub. Date: January 2002
    Publisher: CABI
    Format: Hardcover, 579pp
    Series: Cabi Publishing Series
    ISBN-13: 9780851994734
    ISBN: 0851994733



    This major reference contains essential information on arthropod-borne infections affecting humans and domesticated animals. It contains 150 entries, describing arboviral, viral, bacterial and rickettsial, spirochaetal, protozoal and filarial infections, and the vectors that transmit them. Within each entry, there is information on disease distribution, clinical symptoms, diagnosis, transmission cycles, vector life-cycles, and treatment and control measures. Figures, tables and photographs illustrate the text.Containing 150 entries from Aegyptianellosis to the Zika virus, some 88 authors offer basic information related to the transmission, symptoms, treatment, and control of infections transmitted by biting midges, ticks, lice, and related organisms. Editor Service (Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK) has allowed the contributors fairly wide latitude in addressing their topics, leading the entries to emphasize differing aspects of infections. Although the work is devoted primarily to infections, brief accounts of several arthropods are included so that their relevant points of classification don't need to be repeated in entries. Following each entry is a selected bibliography, to aid further reading on the topic.

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