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Volume 12

FASCICLE 1

Mammalian Trypanosomatidae from the Amazon Region of Brazil . V – The presence of Trypanosoma lambrechti Marinkelle, 1968, in monkeys from the State of Amazonas – 1-7

L. M. DEANE, D. BATISTA, J. A. FERREIRA Neto & H. de SOUZA

Jorge Lobo’s disease. Observations on its epidemiology and some unusual morphological forms of the fungus – 8-15

L. B. DIAS, M. M. SAMPAIO & D. SILVA

Some epidemiological aspects of human exposure to the risk of rabies infection, in the city of São Paulo , Brazil – 16-30

A. RIBEIRO Netto & C. G. MACHADO

Incidence of hookworm and Strongyloides infection in Pernambuco. A survey based on identification of larvae – 31-35

K. ASAMI, Y. ENOMOTO & S. MIURA

A comparative study between complement fixation test (using methylic and chloroformium benzene extract antigens) and xenodiagnosis – 36-40

A. de A. SALGADO, W. MAYRINK & J. C. P. DIAS

Verification of toxoplasmosis simultaneous occurrence amongst dwellers of a small residential community in the city of São Paulo , Brasil – 41-45

V. AMATO Net0 .& G. C. LEVI

Single dose immunization against tetanus. Promising results in human trials – 46-54

R. VERONESI, A. CORREA & D. ALTERIO

Studies on the complement-fixation test in brucellosis. IV – Correlation between agglutination and complement-fixation titers, determined with Brucella abortus antigens, in human sera and in sera from inoculated rabbits – 55-63

J. 0. de ALMEIDA

I -The avirulence of the cultivated Y strain of Trypanosoma cruzi – 64-68

H. MENEZES

Pathogenesis of the lesions of the testis and epididymis of guinea-pigs experimentally infected with Trypanosoma cruzi – 69-87

A. L. FERREIRA

CASE REPORTS

Acute Manson’s Schistosomiasis. Report of a case of pseudo-enterovirotic type – 88-92

J. NEVES E. TONELLI

FASCICLE 2

Contribution to the study of the Toxoplasmosis epidemiology. Serologic survey among the indians of the upper Xingu River , Central Brazil – 93-104

R. G. BARUZZI

Anti-Toxoplasma gondii antibodies in blood donors – 105-111

F. G, de ARAUJO

Serological aspects on leptospirosis in Recife – 112-114

M. MAGALHAES L A. VERAS

Experimental infection of Jorge Lobo’s disease in the cheeck-pouch of the golden hamster (Mesocricetus auratus) – 115-120

M. M. SAMPAIO & L. B. DIAS

Studies on wild reservoirs and vectors of Trypanosoma cruxi. XL -Natural infection of the monkey, Callithrix argentata melanura (GEOFFROY, 1812) by T. cruzi – 121-128

R. D. R. ALBUQUERQUE & M. P. BARRETTO

II – The avirulence of the cultivated Y strain of Trypanosoma cruzi – 129-135

H. MENEZES

A comparison between the hemagglutination test with formalin treated erythroqytes and the immunofluorescence test with worm particles, for schistosomiasis – 136-143

S. HOSHINO, M. E. CAMARGO & L. C. da SILVA

Simian malaria in Central Brazil . the finding of Plasmodium brasilianum in a howler-monkey from the State of Mato Grosso – 144-148

L. M. DEANE, C. D’ANDRETTA Jr. & I. KAMEYAMA

An attempt to induce resistance in mice to Schistosoma mansoni infection using Millipore diffusion chambers – 149-151

G. V. HILLYER, J. CHIRIBOGA, R. MENENDEZ- CORRADA, J. PELLEGRINO & F. LIARD

Epidemiology and therapy of helminthiasis. A study of the re-infection period in school children treated with thiabendazole and tetramizole – 152-160

G. CHAIA & A. S. da CUNHA

CASE REPORTS

Fungus infection of the central nervous system. Report of a case with secondary hydrocephalus – 161-168

C. da S. Lacaz, T. de Brito, J. L. de Faria C A. B. Lef&vre

FASCICLE 3

Natural infection of rufous-handed holwler-monkeys, Alouatta belzebul belzebul (L., 1766), with Plasmodium brasilianum Gonder & Berenberg-Gossler, 1908, in the State of Maranhão , Brasil – 169-174

J. A. FERREIRA Neto, L. M. DEANE & E. W. B. CARNEIRO

Pecularities of the insulinic Qypoglycemia in the chronic stage of Chagas’ disease. I – Clinical study – 175-178

C. B. VIEIRA i& U. G. MENEGHELLI

Pecularities of the insulinic Qypoglycemia in the chronic state of Chagas’ disease. II – Experimental investigation in dogs and rats infected b,y the Trypanosoma cruzi – 179-184

C. B. VIEIRA, N. V. SOUBIHE & F. FERRIOLLI Filho

First isolation of Histoplasma capsulatum from soil of Minas Gerais (Brasil) – 185-191

F. G. de ARAUJO

A hemagglutination test for Manson’s Schistosomiasis using chromium chloride, formalin treated human erytrocytes, sensitized with worm extracts – 192-194

S. HOSHINO, M. E. CAMARGO & N. S. CORRRA

“In vitro” sensitivity of 100 strains of Pasteurella pestis from Northeastern Brazil to antibiotics and a compound sulphonamides – 195-197

D. A. MELLO

Susceptibility of the snail intermediate hosts of Schistosomiasis from Northeastern Brazil to the infection with Schistosoma mansoni – 198-206

F. S. BARBOSA & T. FIGUEIREDO

Observations about the anti-helminthic activity of pyrandel pamoate. I – Treatment of ascariasis – 207-210

V. AMATO Neto, G. C. LEVI & L. L. CAMPOS

The use of complement fixation and immunodiffusion tests on the diagnosis of influenza – 211-216

H. G. PEREIRA, S. TAKIMOTO & L. A. RIBEIRO do VALLE

A note on the harvesting of large numbers of Trypanosoma cruzi blood forms in adult dogs – 217-220

M. E. CAMARGO, J. KLOETZEL & T. BACHELLA

CASE REPORTS

Adiaspiromycosis in Brazilian rodents. Report of a case in Akodon arvzculozdes – 221-223

P. S. MINAMI & C. da S. LACAZ

FASCICLE 4

Advanced kidne’y disease in patients with hepatosplenic Manson’s schistosomiasis – 225-235

T. de BRITO, J. GUNJI, M. E. CAMARGO, D. 0. PENNA & L. C. da SILVA

Molluscicidal activity of aflatoxin – 236-238

A. PURCHIO & R. CAMPOS

Fetal losses in a chronic Chagas’ disease high prevalence area – 239-244

J. R. TERUEL & J. L. NOGUEIRA

Immunodiffusion tests in patients with Echistosoma mansoni infection – 245-248

A. P. REIS, N. KATZ & J. PELLEGRINO

Studies on factors envolved in the dissemination of enteroparasites. I – Studies on the pollution of brooks by enteroparasites cysts and eggs in the city of Ribeirão Preto, São Paulo, Brazil – 249-256

M. C. de A. MARZOCHI

Studies on wild reservoirs and vectors of Trypanosoma cruzi. XLII – Natural infection of the monkey, Alouatta caraya (HUMBOLDT, 1812) by T. cruzi – 257-265

G. K. FUNAYAMA & M. P. BARRETTO

Toxoplasmosis epidemiology. Serological investigations in professionals of Sorocaba city – 266-271

M. C. de 0. GOMES

Studies on wild reservoirs and vectors of Trypanosoma cruzi. XLIII – On the validity of the American species of flagellates included in the subgenus Schizotrypanum CHAGAS, 1909 of the genus Trypanosoma GRUBY 1843 – 272-278

M. P. BARRETTO

Clinical and serological evaluation of a anti-rubella vaccine (Cendehill sample) in an urban population – 279-283

H. G. SCHATZMAYR & J. A. MESQUITA

Usefulness of L. semaranga Patoc I for the diagnosis of human leptospirosis – 284-287

M. O. A . CORREA, V, NATALE, T. SADATSUNE & G. C. FLEURY

CASE REPORTS

Identification of Trichostrongylus colubriformis as human parasite – 288-292

G. C. FLEURY, M. 0. A . CORREA & V. AMATO Neto

FASCICLE 5

Weight of heart and kind of death in chronic patients of Chagas’ disease – 293-297

E. R. LOPES, E. CHAPADEIRO, W. L. TAFURI, H. de 0. ALMEIDA & D. ABRÃO

On the behaviour of the neurosecretory vesicular component of the megaesophagus, in patients of Brazilian trypanosomiasis – 298-309

W. L. TAFURI ,& T. de A. MARIA

Essays on immunization of mice with ultraviolet radiated virulent and avirulent culture forms of Trypanosoma cruzi – 310-319

H. MENEZES

Absence of perceptible odoriferous emanations in Dipetalogaster maximus. Some comments on this specles – 320-324

L. MAZZOTTI

Indirect haemagglutination test for Chagas’ disease, with a simple method for survey work – 325-332

R. A. NEAL & R. A. MILES

A survey for EB virus antibody in adults and children of different ages – 333-338

J. A. N. CANDEIAS & M. S. PEREIRA

 

MEDICAL GEOGRAPHY

A ten-year survey of the cutaneous mycoses In the State of Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil). I – Dermatophytoses – 339-342 

A. T. LONDERO, C. D. RAMOS & J. S. LOPES

 

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Observations on the anti-helminthic activity of the pamoate of pyrantel. II – Treatment of enterobiasis – 343-346

G. C. LEVI, V. AMATO Neto, A. C. RUANO, A. J. de VASCONCXLOS & R. CAMPOS

Suppressive effect of “Ambilhar” (1- (5-nitro-2-thiazolyl) -2-imidazolidinone) against experimental S. cruzi infection in mice. I – Preliminary report – 347-353

A. VELASQUEZ ANTICH

CASE REPORTS

 Orbitorhinocerebral Phycomycosis in association with diabetic ketoacidosis. Report of a case – 354-363

M. F. de FRANCO & K. IRIYA

FASCICLE 6

Comparative study of intracardiac ganglia in rheumatic, hypertensive and Chagas’ heart disease – 365-374

E. R. LOPES

Studies on wild reservoirs and vectors of Trypanosoma cruzi. XLIV – Natural infection of the fox, Dusrcyon (Lycalopex) vetulus ( LUND , 1842) by T. cruzi – 375-382

R. D. R. ALBUQUERQUE L M. P. BARRETTO

Adherence of sensitized trypanosomes to peritoneal cells – 383-387

J. KLOETZEL & M. P. DEANE

Electrophoretic and immunoelectrophoretic study of the South American pemphigus Poliaceus – 388-394

R. G. FERRI, R. M. CASTRO, E. RIVITTI & S. A. P. SAMPAIO

Recuperation and characterization of trypanosomes inoculated in immunized mice. (Re-inoculation with different strains of Trypanosoma cruzi) – 395-402

S. G. ANDRADE, M. L. CARVALHO, R. M. FIGUEIRA & Z. A. ANDRADE

Serologic diagnosis and serologic evolution of patientes of CHAGAS’ disease – 403-411

J. A. CERISOLA, M. ALVAREZ & A. M. De RISSIO

MEDICAL GEOGRAPHY

A ten-year survey of the cutaneous mycoses In the State of Rio Grande Sul (Brasil). II – Candidiasis of skin and nail – 412-414

A. T. LONDERO, C. D. RAMOS & J. 0. LOPES

CASE REPORTS

Mycotic infection by opportunistic fungi in a case of kidney transplantation using cadaveric donor – 415-422

J. C. P. CAMPOS, A. J. CICONELLI, A. C. P. MARTINS & A. P. L. GALESSO

Report of a case of post-transfusional malaria, with identification of the infected blood donor by means of fluorescent antiboay test – 423-426

V. AMATO Neto, M. E. CAMARGO, C. REBONATO & K. B. FELDMAN

AUTHOR INDEX – 427

 

SUBJECT INDEX – 428