+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

New aspects of human trichinellosis: the impact of new Trichinella species

, : New aspects of human trichinellosis: the impact of new Trichinella species. Postgraduate Medical Journal 78(915): 15-22

Trichinellosis is a re-emerging zoonosis and more clinical awareness is needed. In particular, the description of new Trichinella species such as T. papuae and T. murrelli and the occurrence of human cases caused by T pseudospiralis, until very recently thought to occur only in animals, requires changes in our handling of clinical trichinellosis, because existing knowledge is based mostly on cases due to classical T spiralis infection. The aim of the present review is to integrate the experiences derived from different outbreaks around the world, caused by different Trichinella species, in order to provide a more comprehensive approach to diagnosis and treatment.


PMID: 11796866

DOI: 10.1136/pmj.78.915.15

Other references

Maassab, H.F.; Loh, P.C.; Ackermann, W.W., 1957: Growth characteristics of poliovirus in HeLa cells: nucleic acid metabolism. The RNA and DNA contents of the nucleus and cytoplasm of the HeLa cell were determined. The rates of incorporation of P(32) into the various nucleic acid fractions were established for the ordinary HeLa cell maintained under a set of standard cond...

Stul, M.; Uytterhoeven, J.; De-Bock, J.H.yskens, P., 1979: The adsorption of n-aliphatic alcohols from dilute aqueous solutions on RNH3-montmorillonites. II. Interlamellar association of the adsorbate. Clays and clay minerals7(5): 377-386

Shapiro, B.S.; Benjamin, L.J.; Payne, R.; Heidrich, G., 1997: Sickle cell-related pain: perceptions of medical practitioners. Pain is the most common problem encountered by patients with sickle cell disease (SCD). We report the results of a survey sent to hematologists and emergency department (ED) physicians regarding their perceptions and practices concerning pain and...

Potdar, M.; Pawar, D., 1980: Effect of irrigation and kaolin on yield and yield attributing characters in wheat variety H. D. (M) 1593. Journal of Maharashtra agricultural universities (pub 1980) 4(3): 305-306

Legait, H.; Legait, E., 1960: Variations in the intermedin content of the hypothalamo-pituitary system of the gerbil and the white rat during tests of dehydration or after ingestion of dextrose solutions. Comptes Rendus des Seances de la Societe de Biologie et de Ses Filiales 154: 1268-1270

Chyung, S.Y.; Evans, R., 1993: Approach to primary immunodeficiency. Allergy Proceedings 14(2): 141-142

Keen, B.A.; Rooke, C.E.; Mcfadyen, J.; Mallinson, R.S., 1947: Vegetable fat and oil production in British African colonies. The paper is . in 4 parts that deal successively with agric. questions, with production and its development, with commercial and economic considerations, and lastly with the problems of transport. It is completed by 17 appendices that provide all...

Denkov, Ts., 1967: Manufacture of White pickled cheese through concentrating cows' or ewes' milk and without whey separation. The possibility of manufacturing White pickled cheese from concentrated milk, without the separation of whey, was studied in 13 experiments using in each 500 1 milk which was concentrated to 36-55% TS in a vacuum evaporator. The cheese was stored...

Ara, M.D.niel; Correa, A.L.ura; Salas, N. di Tada, I., 2005: Diet of larvae of Melanophryniscus stelzneri stelzneri Weyenbergh, 1874 Anura, Bufonidae from Atos Pampa, Cordoba province, Argentina Dieta de larvas de Melanophryniscus stelzneri stelzneri Weyenbergh, 1874 Anura, Bufonidae de Atos Pampa, Provincia de Cordoba, Argentina. Boletin de la Asociacion Herpetologica Espanola. julio; 152: 109-111

Leshchinskaia, E.V., 1960: On clinical problems in hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome in the Tula Region. Zhurnal Mikrobiologii, Epidemiologii, i Immunobiologii 31: 134-138