Volumes

Volume 21

FASCICLE 1

The circumoval precipitin test as a control of cure in the experimental sebistosomiasis mansoni – 1-4

R. T. de MELLO, L. H. PEREIRA & J. PELLEGRINO

Action of Aspergillus sp. on Trypanosoma cruzi “in vitro” – 5-12

O. CACERES, M. C. S. SALGUEIRO, E. KIMURA, G. MORAES & T. A. R. MACHADO

Studies of the domestic ecology of Triatoma infestans by means of house demolition – 13-25

P. D. MARSDEN. N. J. ALVARENGA, C. C. CUBA. A. J. SHELLEY, C. H. COSTA & P. F. L. BOREHAM

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Treatment of giardiasis in children, with a liquid tinidazol preparation – 26-28

G. C. LEVI, V. AMATO NETO, H. N. V. STEFANI, N. A. ROMERO & N. LORENTI NETO

CASE REPORTS

Kala-Azar in Togo – West African. Presentation of a clinic case – 29-32

E. P. de CAMPOS, A. A. AMEDOME & K. KPODZRO

Appendicitis due to Angiostrongylus costaricencis. A case report – 33-36

K. IABUKI & M. R. MONTENEGRO

Sorological prevalence of Chagas’disease among donors of Blood Bank of “Santa Casa de Miseridrdia”, Pelotas, State of Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil – 37-42

G. BARUFFA

Outbreak of American tegumentary leishmaniasis in an agrarian colonization project, State of Maranhão, Brasil – 43-50

A. R. da SILVA, G. MARTINS, J. E. M. MELO, J. P. de ARAÚJO, J. R. MENDES & M. das G. MENDES

Coccidioidomycosis, Report of the first case in Brasil – 51-55

H. VIANNA, H. V. PASSOS & A. V. SANT’ANA

Maduromycosis Cephalosporium acremonium. A case- report – 56-61

C. da S. LACAZ, E. PORTO, L. C. CUCB & A. SALEBIAN

BOOKS – 62 

FASCICLE 2

EDITORIAL

Twenty years of fruitful and worthy existence – IX

Prof. CARLOS DA SILVA LACAZ

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

Characterization of Urucuri Virus (BeAn 100049). a new member of the Bunyaviridae group. Ultrastructural study of experimentally infected mouse brain – 63-66

R. de ARAUJO, M. T. F . ARAUJO, F. PINHEIRO. D. PETERS & L. B. DIAS

Effect of worm burden on female to male ratio and epg in parasitism by Ancylostoma, caninum – 67-71

H. M. COSTA & M. P. GUIMARÃES

Susceptibility of Biomphalaria tenagophila and Biomphalaria glabrata to two strains of Schistosoma mansoni (LE, Bolo Horizonte. MG, and SJ – São Jose dos Campos, SP) – 72-76

M. C. dos R. CORRÊA. P. M. Z. COELHO & J. R. de FREITAS

Circulating immune complexes in experimental Chagas’ disease. Identification of Parasite antigens in the complexes – 77-81

J . CHAVES, R. G. FERRI, T. A. E. KLIEMANN, I. IRULEGUI & H. B. W. T. de SOUZA

Observations on the detection of anti-P. brasiliensis IgM antibodies. by immunofluorescence, in the serum of patients with paracoccidioidomycosis – 82-89

F. T. MOTA & M. F. de FRANC0

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Use of dexamethasone in therapeutic scheme of purulent meningitis – 90-98

3 . do N. PASSOS & J. L. da S. BALDY

Treatment of the giomerulopathy of S. mansoni infection. The effect of corticoid, ciclofosfamide and antischistosomal drugs – 99-105

M. DUTRA. E. M. de CARVALHO FILHO. E. A. GUSMÃO, F. P. QUEIROZ, E. BRIT0 & H. ROCHA

CASE REPORTS

Phialophora bubakii. Isolation from subcutaneous abscess, in a renal allograft recipient – 106-109

E. PORTO, C. da S. LACAZ, E. SABBAGA. P. R. CHOCAIR, J. A. da FONSECA, E. A. RIVITTI & A. SALEBIAN

PRELIMINARY NOTE

Leishmania in Didelphis marsupialis aurita in São Paulo State, Brazil. Preliminary Note – 110-113

E. L. A. YOSHIDA, R. L. e SILVA, L. de S. CORTEZ Jr. & F. M. A. CORREA

BOOKS – 114-115 

FASCICLE 3

Cultivation of Schistosoma mansoni cercarial bodies to adult worms – 115-118

M. S. M. MICHALICK, G. GAZZINELLI & J. PELLEGRINO

Immune complexes in schistosomiasis. VI – Circulating IC levels in patients with and without nephropathy – 119-124

E. BRITO, F. SANTORO, H. ROCHA, M. DUTRA & A. CAPRON

Clinical and laboratory evaluation of hepatic injury in the lymphoglandular form of acquired toxoplasmosis – 125-129

R. de J. PEDRO, V. AMATO NETO & J. S. de MENDONCA

N . ‘ T P. 115-160 Mey/June. 1979 Histological analysis of hepatic involvement in acquired lymphadenopathic toxoplasmosis – 130-136

R. de J. PEDRO. J. GUIDUGLI NETO, V. AMATO NET0 & J. S. de MENDONCA

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Treatment of salmonella long-duration infection with oxamniquine – 137-140

V. AMATO NETO. M. A. BASILE, S. A. de CARVALHO. J. W. R. de ALMEIDA, M. SHIROMA & R. U. HUTZLER

CASE REPORTS

Human hepatic fascioliasis in Brazil – 141-145

A. D. F. do AMARAL & E. T. BUSETTI

Dermatophytoses in children up to 12 years, in São Paulo – 146-148

N, G. PROENÇA & S. B. P. ASSUMPÇÃO

Varicella-Zoster infection in kidney transplant recipients – 149-154

L. E. IANHEZ, P. R. CHOCAIR. L. S. F. de AZEVEDO & E. SABBAGA

Chagas’disease by blood transfusion in Londrina, Paraná State. Report of two acute cases treated with nifurtimox – 155-159

J. L. da S. BALDY. L. TAKAOKA, P. P. CHIEFFI, A. J. MOCELIN & L. BRANDINA

BOOKS – 160 

FASCICLE 4

HOMAGE

CARLOS CHAGAS (1879-1934) – V

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

Experimental S. manaoni infection in mice. Blood white cells, serum proteins, glycemia and blood urea in various stages of the infection – 161-165

E. L. F. FRANC0 & A. V. R. de SOUZA

Studies on the transfer of heat induced humoral immunity to Trypanosoma cruzi in mice – 166-171

F. GUHL. C. J. MARINKELLE, N. de SANCHEZ & M. GRBGL

Characterization of Timbo virus (BeAn 41787). a new member of the Rhabdovirus group. Ultrastructural study of morphology and morphogenesis in experimentally infected mouse brain – 172-177

R. de ARAUJO, M. T. F. de ARAPJO. F. P. PINHEIRO & L. B. DIAS

Autonomic nervous system lesions in mice during the acute phase of the experimental trypanosomiasis cruzi. Light and electronic microscopic study – 178-188

W. L. TAFURI & P. RASO

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Antileishmanial activity of selected compounds in dogs experimentally infected with Leishmania donovani – 189-193

W. L. CHAPMAN JR., W. L. HANSON, V. B. WAITS & K. E. KINNAMON

Treatment of bacterial lnfections of varied severity with cefoxitin – 194-197

G. C LEVI, J. PASTERNAK, V. AMATO NET0 & M. L. R. da SILVA

CASE REPORTS

Toxoplasmosis among medicine students – 198-201

G. C. BARROS. P. A. SESSA & R . C. G. BARROS

Report on a field collection of Dipetalogaster maximna (Aemiptera triatominae) (Uhler, 1894) – 202-206

P. D. MARSDEN, C. C. CUBA, N. J. ALVARENGA & A. C. BARRETO

Additional information on Sarcocystis bovicanis, Heydorn, Gestrich, Mehihorn and Rommel, 1975 (S. fusiformis, Railliet, 1897). from Bolivar State, Venezuela – 207-215

G. A. GODOY, G. S. VOLCAN & C. E. MEDRANO P.

BOOK – 216 

FASCICLE 5

Oxamniquine action on Schistosoma mansoni in experimentally infected mice – 217-227

A. KOHN. C. J. SERAPIÃO, N. KATZ & E. P. DIAS

Preliminary observations on the replication of Rocio virus (Togavirus, flavivirus) in newborn mice – 228-230

H. TANAKA

An attempt to detect Capillaria hepatica infection m man – 231-236

V. A. GALVÃO

Basidiobolus isolated from reptiles and amphibians in Brazil – 237-245

E. PORTO & A. I. MILANEZ

Competitive interaction between two snail hosts of Schistosoma mansoni: Laboratory studies on Biomphalarla glabrata and B. straminea – 246-253

E. H. MICHELSON & L. DUBOIS

Altered drug metabolism in hepatosplenic schistosomiasis – 254-259

P. C. BRANT & A. PRATA

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Action of miconazole in histoplasmosis – 260-265

R. NEGRONI & M. de los A. TUCULET

CASE REPORTS

Dlpylidium caninum (Dilepididae.Cestoda). Report of two human cases – 266-268 

R. P. MARINHO & D. P. NEVES

FASCICLE 6

Pulmonary function in paracoccidioidomycosis (South American blaatomycosis) – 269-280

J. E. AEONSO, L. E. NERY, H. ROMALDINI, M. BOGOSSIAN & 0. RIBEIRORAlTO

Susceptibility of Biomphalaria tenagophila hybrids to Schistosoma mansoni: crossing between strains from Taim (RS), Cabo Frio (RJ), and Belo Horizonte (MG). Brasil – 281-286

M. B. L. dos SANTOS, J. R. de FREITAS, M. C, dos R. CORREIA & P. M. Z. COELHO

Contributions on the epidemiology of malaria along the Transamazon highway, Brasil – 287-292

K. E. DIXON, D. R. ROBERTS C. H. LLEWELLYN

The presence of Schistosoma mansoni antigens in solutions used for storing adult worms – 293-296

M. TENDLER & M. SCAPIN

Depression of blood monocyces ohemohxis in human chronic Chagas disease – 297-301

0. 0. FERREIRA. E. ARGUELES & A. OLIVEIRA-LIMA

The natural history of Lobo’s disease. Occurrence among the Caiabi Indians, Central Brazil – 303-338

R. G. BARUZZI, C, da S. LACAZ & F. A. A. de SOUZA

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Therapeutic sotion of mebendazole on multiple enteroparasitic infections in children’s population of N. S. de Ftima – Planaltina – DF – 1978 – 339-343

J. S. de ALMEIDA

Synergism of amphotericin B and 5-fluorcytosine against Fonsecaea pedrosoi – 344-346

M. A. de RESENDE

Susceptibility of Fonsecaea pedrosoi to thiabendazole and amphotericin B – 347-349

M. A. de RESENDE

AUTHOR INDEX – 350

SUBJECT INDEX – 352