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Publication Date: 2003
Publisher: Melbourne University Publishing
Beverley-Ann Biggs, Harsha Sheorey, John Walker
As parasitic diseases such as hookworm and trichinella are an increasing health threat in Australia and across the world, this handbook provides necessary information about both common and rare global parasitic diseases in a concise and accessible format. Coverage includes classification and geographical distribution of parasites, details of diagnostic tests, availability and treatment regimes of drugs, and means of obtaining uncommon drugs.Beverley-Ann Biggs is the author of 'Clinical Parasitology: A Handbook for Medical Practitioners and Microbiologists', published 2003 under ISBN 9780522848342 and ISBN 0522848346.
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