Volumes

Volume 15

FASCICLE 1

Immunoprecipitation test in the diagnosis of aspergillosis – 1-9

L. A. YARZABAL, S. Da LUZ, M. JOSEF, J. M. TORRES, I. VIGNA & 0. MURAS 

Unusual frequency of Negro admixture in necropsies of Chagas Disease cases in Bahia, Brazil – 10-13

H. G. NUNESMAIA & E S. AZEVEDO

Parallel studies of total complement and immunoconglutinin in the sera of normal individuals – 14-19

L. M. SINGER, N. H. YOSHINARI, M. A. T. GUERRA & C.FAVA NETTO

Study on the neutralizing antibodies against Herpes simplex virus in Indians of Upper Xingu River, Central Brazil – 20-24

M. C. RODRIGUES, R. P. de S. CARVALHO & R. G. BARUZZI 

 

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Preliminary clinical trials with oxamniquine, a new antischistosomal agent – 25-29

N. KATZ, J. PELLEGRINO, E. GRINBAUM, A. CHAVES & F. ZUCKER

Mebendazole (R 17,635) in multiparasitized patients. Preliminary results – 30-33

D. W. C. de SOUZA, M. S. de L. SOUZA & J. NEVES

Our preliminary observations on the activity of mebendazole, a new broadspectrum anthelminthic drug – 34-37

V. AMATO NETO, G. C. LEVI, H. N. V. l STEFANI, S. R. KONICHI, J. C. P. DIAS, L. R. OLIVEIRA & L. L. CAMPOS

 

CASE REPORTS

Human leptospirosis caused by serotype alexi in Brazil – 38-42

C. A. SANTA ROSA, M. MAGALHÃES, C. R. SULZER & C. A. LIMA

Considerations on melioidosis and its etiologlcal agent: Pseudomonas pseudomallei – 43-49

A. F. PESTANA de CASTRO, 0. CAMPEDELLI Filho, W. GIORGI & C. A.SANTA ROSA 

Presence of blood in sperm due to mansoni schistosomiasis: Case report – 50-53

R. de J. PEDRO, R. de A. BARROS & V. AMATO NETO

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Introducão a Geografia Médica do Brasil – 54-56

C. da S. LACAZ, R. G. BARUZZI & W. SIQUEIRA Junior

FASCICLE 2

Comparative study between haernagglutinatton test and Guerreiro and Machado serological reaction in the pericardic fluid of patients with chronic Chagas Disease – 57-59

E. R. LOPES, S. M. BATISTA, E. CHAPADEIRO, H. 0. ALMEIDA, A. ROCHA L S. PIRES 

Experimental induction of Symmers’ fibrosis in mice – 60-65

R. P. DIAS & R. J. ALVARENGA 

Effects of gamma radiation on Trypanosoma cruzi – 66-71

E. SALATA, F. M. WIENDL & F. M. A. CORREA

Specific immunoglobulins levels (IgA, IgG and IgM) in chronic chagasic patients – 72-75

RI. A. C. MAGNANI, F. FERRIOLLI Filho L A. F. de SIQUEIRA 

Agglutination tests and antigenic relationships of Trypanosoma cruzi strains – 76-80

A. F. de SIQUEIRA, R. D. RIBEIRO & L. A. R. FERNANDES

Hemagglutination with preserved, sensitized cells, a practical test for routine serologic diagnosis of American trypanosomiasis – 81-85

M. E. CAMARGO, S. HOSHINO & G. R. V. SIQUEIRA

Labrea hepatitis – 86-93

L. B. DIAS & M. A. P. MORAES 

 

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Results of th dinitrochlorobenze test in cases of acquired lymphadenopathic toxoplasAosis – v. – 94-98

AMATO NETO, A. BIANCHI & C. S. PANNUTI 

 

CASE REPORTS

Human sporotricosis following rat bite – 99-102

0. FISCHMAN, M. M. A. ALCHORNE & M. A. S. C. PORTUGAL

Black piedra among Brazilian Indians – 103-106

0. FISCHMAN

FASCICLE 3

Simian malaria in the State of Goiás, Brazil: the presence of Plasmodium brasilianum in howler-monkeys, Alouatta caraya – 107-111

L. M. DEANE & J. A. FERREIRA Neto 

New simian hosts of Plasmodium brasilianum in the State of Acre, Brazil: the uakari Cacajao rubicundus rubicundus, the red howler-monkey Alouatta seniculus seniculus and the woolly-monkey Lagothrix lagotricha poeppigii – 112-115

J. A. FERREIRA Neto & L. M. DEANE

Drug resistance of Gram-negative rods isolated from purulent discharges – 116-121

G. MORENO, C. A. M. LOPES & R. M. S. T. DECARLIS 

Enteric bacteria isolated from reptiles and amphibians – 122-126

G. MORENO, C. A. M. LOPES, H. E. BELLUOMINI, G. V. A. PESSÔA, P. de BIASI & J. C. R. ANDRADE 

Susceptibility of Biomphalaria peregrina from Brazil and Ecuador to two strains of Schistasoma mansoni – 127-130

W. LOBATO PARAENSE & L. R. CORRIZA

Experimental feline toxoplasmosis – 131-138

F. SOGORB S., L. F. JAMRA, C. GUIMARÃES & M. P. DEANE

Species and stage interaction in the feeding behaviour of vectors of Chagas Disease (the importance of determinants in planning for greater efficacy and standardization of xenodiagnostic procedures) – 139-150

A. PERLOWAGORA-SZUMLEWICZ, H. N. da CRUZ & J. A. N. de ARAÚJO 

Salmomella typhi-murium in feces of patients of a general hospital and in that of their roommates – 151-160

G. V. A. PESSÔA, R. U. HUTZLER, D. D. B. STAPE, J. L. A. RAMOS, R. F. de VASCONCELOS & C. M. ULSON

Side effects after vaccination with combined live mumps, rubella and measles vaccine in children living in São Paulo – 161-164

S. R. KONICHI, W. C. LAUS, C. A. MATTOS, V. AMATO NETO, J. ALY, H. FINGER & A. BIANCHI

 

CASE REPORTS

Lesions of the pericardium and miocardium in a case of generalized South-American blastomycosis – 165-170

C. R. V. e SILVA, J. SPADARO, A. K. UEDA L E. P. de CAMPOS 

FASCICLE 4

Natural infection of Panstrongylus megistus (Burmeister, 1835) by Trypanosoma rangeli (Tejera, 1920), in the interior of the State of Alagoas, Brasil – 171-178

D. T. de LUCENA & J. G. VERGETTI

Immunodiagnostic tests with Echinococcus antigens in sheep with homologous and heterologous larval cestode infections – 179-194

P. M. SCHANTZ

Rhythmic emergence of Schistosoma mansoni cercariae from Biomphalaria glabrata: influence of the temperature – 195-201

C. M. VALLE, J. PELLEGRIN0 & N. ALVARENGA 

Comparative study of liver lysosomes in the hepato-intestinal and hepatosplenic forms of human schistosomiasis mansoni – 202-211

T. I. PRÍCOLI, M. P. VILELA, R. X. GUIMARÃES & F. A. SAAD

Scanning electron microscopy in schistosomiasis mansoni. I – Morphological aspects in connection with the cercaricidal activity of guinea-pig serum – 212-217

S. E. GERKEN, U. KAWAZOE, J. PELLEGRINO & T. YAMAZATO

Trypanosoma cruzi infections in Rhodnius prolixus refed on different hosts – 218-221

S. URDANETA-MORALES

Evidence of protein-losing enteropathy in strongyloidiasis – 222-226

A. A. LAUDANNA, M. POLACK, A. BETARELLO & J. KIEFFER

Mucous secretion in human Chagas’ disease – 227-234

R. de BRITTO-COSTA, E. h MARTINS Neto Junior & J. MABTUM 

 

PRELIMINARY REPORT

Rhodnius prolixus eggs naturally parasitized by endophagous microhymenopterus – 235-238

M. Dora FELICIANGELI

 

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Therapeutic action of mebendazole against Trichuris and Necator –  239-247

G. CHAIA, L. CHIARI, C. A. MARTINS, S. M. ARAUJO, I. B. de ABREU, A. AZEVEDO Filho & K. S. FUCHIGAMI 

In vitro activity of PHB against fungi – 248-253

C. da S. LACAZ & P. S. MINAMI 

FASCICLE 5

Observation on the behavlour in vertebrate and invertebrate hosts of different cultures of Trypanosoma cruzi – 255-260

E. CHIARI, W. L. TAFURI, N. J. ALVARENGA & S. J. SOARES

Enzyme histochemistry of the duoden Auerbach plexus in the acute phase of experimental Chagas Disease in rats – 261-271

J. A. MELLO de QLIVEIRA

Beta-hemolytic streptococci grouping and group A typing in Ribeirão Preto, SP, Brazil, 1966-1970 – 272-283

C. SOLE-VERNIN & M. D. MOODY

Occurrence of “Australian” (Au) antigen in population groups of the interior of the State of Amazonas, Brazil – 284-288

G. BENSABATH & S. BOSHELL 

Seasonal distribution of deaths caused by diarrhoea and undernourishment in early childhood – 289-297

J. R. TERUEL, U. A. GOMES & J. L. NOGUEIRA

Indirect fluorescent antibody test in the evaluation of treatment of American cutaneous leishmaniasis – 298-303

C. de A. CHIARI, W. MAYRINK & P. A. MAGALHÃES

Fluorescent antibody test in cases of American leishmaniasis with recent cutaneous lesions – 304-309

C. de A. CHIARI, P. A. MAGALHÃES & W. E MAYRINK

 

TECHNICAL NOTE

Common cellophane wrapping as supporting substrate for the cultivation of fungi and obtention of permanent mycological preparations – 310-315

G. S. VOLCAN G

 

CASE REPORTS

Urinary infection by bacteria of the genus Salmonella – 316-321

E. TELES, M. M. G. de OLIVEIRA & H. ROCHA

Congenital Chagas Disease. Clinical-pathological study of a case with a six-month survival – 322-330

W. L. TAFURI, E. REIS LOPES & B. NUNAN

 

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Clinical trials with pyrantel pamoate on intestinal helminths on urban and rural areas – 331-339

N. KATZ, C. M. F. ANTUNES & F. ZICKER

Tetanus treatment with Diazepam. Study of 50 cases – 340-345

A. ZERATI, H. C. RAINERI & V. AMATO NETO

 

NEWS – 346

FASCICLE 6

Electron microscopy of miocardium in the chronic phase of Chagas’ disease – 347-370

W. L. TAFURI, T. A. MARIA, E. R. LOPES L E. CHAPADEIRO

Identification of hemagglutinating antibodies in chronic schistosomiasis – 371-376

A. M. FIORILLO, J. C. da COSTA & J. PASSOS

Electron microscopic findings in mouse liver following inoculation of Mucambo-Virus (Type BeAn 10967) – 377-385

R. de ARAÚJO, L. BRAGA DIAS & F. HUTH 

Observation, on the interaction of peritoneal macrophages with Trypanosoma cruzi. I – Initial phase of the relationship with blood stream and culture forms, in vitro – 386-392

R. V. MILDER, J. KLOETZEL .& M. P.DEANE

Indirect immunofluorescent antibody test for the serodiagnosis of South American blastomycosis. Description of the test and comparison of results with the complement fixation test – 393-398

M. F. de FRANCO, C. FAVA NETT0 & L. G. CHAMMA 

Immunoglobulin quantitation. Normal values – 399-408

K. TAKEI, R. G . FERRI, V. L. G. CALICH, E. MELO ,& M. L.. R. da SILVA 

Immune-allergic survey in the Amazon region. Preliminary results – 409-416

0. J. de M. FONSECA, C. da S. LACAZ L P. de A. MACHADO 

Standardization of the 59Fe uptake method, by Biomphalaria, for studies on the crowding effect – 417-420

P. M. Z. COELHO, G. GAZZINELLI, J. PELLEGRINO & L. H. PEREIRA

 

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Combined treatment of Chagas Disease with Bayer 2502 and corticoid (Experimental and clinical study) – 421-430

S. G. ANDRADE L V. MACEDO

 

CASE REPORTS

Mycetoma by Monosporium apiospermum – 431-434

A. T. LONDERO, C. D. RAMOS & A. R. MARTINS

 

AUTHOR INDEX – 435-436

 

SUBJECT INDEX – 437-438