TitleAbstractYear(sorted ascending)
rectal papillomata in schistosoma haematobium infestations. 192320771173
experimental molluscan infection with schistosoma mansoni and schistosoma haematobium. 194718921462
a voluntary infection with schistosoma haematobium. 194918110336
miracil; clinical trial on patients infected with schistosoma haematobium and s. mansoni. 194918124427
comparative efficiency of different methods of packing the snail vectors of schistosoma haematobium and s. mansoni for transport by air. 194918121268
[egyptian splenomegaly; case of egyptian splenomegaly due to schistosoma haematobium]. 195014772637
infection caused by schistosoma haematobium. report of 2 cases. 195014798876
[morphology of the schistosoma haematobium of portugal]. 195014819604
[nosography of western ethiopia; mixed vesical and intestinal bilharziasis with aberrant intestinal localization of schistosoma haematobium]. 195015426066
[egyptian splenomegaly; case of egyptian splenomegaly due to schistosoma haematobium]. 195015438292
a comparative morphological and biological study of schistosoma haematobium, s. bovis, s.intercalatum fisher, 1934, s. mansoni and s. rodhaini brumpt, 1931. 195114878389
[two cases of adnexitis from schistosoma haematobium seen at dakar]. 195114839470
"nilodin" in treatment of schistosoma haematobium. 195214935249
[acute pneumopathy caused by schistosoma haematobium]. 195213032753
[schistosomiasis of the male and female genitalia due to schistosoma haematobium; cases observed in french west africa]. 195313094468
experimental infection of bulinus truncatus with schistosoma haematobium. 195313045190
[the first report and drawings of schistosoma haematobium and monsoni by theodor bilharz]. 195313103585
[acute cardiac accidents in bilhariziosis due to schistosoma haematobium; two case reports]. 195313150085
[susceptibility of planorbis metidjensis to schistosoma haematobium of portuguese guinea and to schistosoma mansoni of mozambique]. 195413314056
studies on the life-cycles of schistosoma haematobium and s. mansoni in the gold coast. 195413189332
preliminary report on the susceptibility of laboratory animals to infection by schistosoma haematobium. 195413233431
[surgical aspects of various abdominal localizations of bilharziasis (schistosoma haematobium and mansoni)]. 195413234883
[anthelminthic action of basic desoxybenzoins in bilharziasis from schistosoma haematobium]. 195413182471
comparative susceptibility of common laboratory animals to experimental infection with schistosoma haematobium. 195413192534
schistosomiasis in the gambia. i. observations on the potential snail vectors of schistosoma haematobium and s. mansoni. 195413208156
[schistosomiasis visceral schistosoma haematobium]. 195413173904
susceptibility studies in schistosomiasis. iii. infection of various experimental hosts with schistosoma haematobium in egypt. 195513231838
schistosoma haematobium infestation and hepatic disease in man. 195513248347
susceptibility studies in schistosomiasis. iv. susceptibility of wild mammals to infection by schistosoma haematobium in egypt, with emphasis on rodents. 195513264019
observations on schistosoma haematobium infection and on the vector snails at tema in the gold coast. 195514374351
further study on the ecology of the intermediate host of schistosoma haematobium, bulinus truncatus baylis. 195514389815
infestation with ova morphologically resembling schistosoma haematobium. 195613332250
some new comparative investigations on three physopsis borne schistosomes: schistosoma haematobium, s. bovis and s. intercalatum. 195613381883
the regularity of egg output of schistosoma haematobium. 195613391742
[treatment of urinary bilharziosis due to schistosoma haematobium by antimony dimercaptosuccinate]. 195613426747
bilharziasis survey in british somaliland, eritrea, ethiopia, somalia, the sudan, and yemen.a survey of bilharziasis and its vectors in certain countries of north-east africa and of the red sea area, carried out between december 1951 and february 1952, is described within the framework of a review of the somewhat scattered and incomplete information already available on this subject in the literature. clinical inquiry and microscopic examination of random stool and urine specimens were used to obtain data on the endemicity of the disease, and many samples of suspect mollusc vectors of ...195613329840
bulinus (pyrogophysa) forskalii (ehrenberg) as a vector of schistosoma haematobium. 195613288589
transmission of schistosoma haematobium by bulinus sp. in the ke district of the gold coast. 195613380988
egg counts as estimates of intensity of infection with schistosoma haematobium. 195713495949
a survey of schistosoma haematobium infections in man in liberia. 195713458681
a preliminary note on the degree of compatibility between schistosoma haematobium and its bulinid vectors. 195713468371
[urinary complications of bilharziasis caused by schistosoma haematobium]. 195713500749
ectopic pregnancy caused by schistosoma haematobium infection of the fallopian tube; a case report. 195813571307
ecology and distribution of bulinus truncatus in the middle east; with comments on the effect of some human activities in their relationship to the snail host on the incidence of bilharziasis haematobia in the middle east and africa.the author gives a comprehensive account of the present status of knowledge regarding the ecology and distribution of bulinus truncatus, the intermediate host of schistosoma haematobium in the middle east and north africa. he discusses in detail the types of habitat favoured by this snail, its life-cycle and seasonal variations in its populations, the effect of ecological factors on its distribution and occurrence, and the relationship between its control and its bionomics, stressing the many as ...195813573115
non-human vertebrate hosts of schistosoma haematobium and schistosoma mansoni.the author reviews the results of experimental infections of various species of mammals, other than man, with s. haematobium and s. mansoni, and discusses investigations in africa and brazil into the possibility of the natural infection of non-human vertebrates with these two parasites. only a few species, besides monkeys, could be easily infected with s. haematobium in the laboratory, while-outside man-natural infection with this parasite appears to be practically non-existent. on the other han ...195813573118
preparation 17581 (hydrochloride of i-b-diethylamino-ethlamino-4,6,8 trimethyl-azathioxanthone); clinical trials on patients infected with schistosoma haematobium: a preliminary report. 195813575619
spinal cord granuloma due to schistosoma haematobium; report of one case. 195813588397
some observations on schistosoma haematobium in the human rectum and sigmoid. 195813625374
attempted control of bulinus senegalensis müller, a vector of schistosoma haematobium in the gambia. 195813595558
[egyptian splenomegaly caused by schistosoma haematobium]. 195813510893
the susceptibility and resistance of bulinus (physopsis) globosus and bulinus (bulinus) truncatus rohlfsi to two strains of schistosoma haematobium in ghana.the author presents the results of some laboratory experiments carried out to determine the susceptibility of the snail vectors of bilharziasis in ghana to local strains of schistosoma haematobium, isolated from children living in two districts near accra: the ke district, where bulinus (bulinus) truncatus rohlfsi is the important snail vector, and the pokoasi district, where bulinus (physopsis) globosus is the exclusive intermediate host.each strain was found to be virtually specific in its abi ...195913638791
[difference in colorability of schistosoma mansoni & schistosoma haematobium eggs during ziehl staining]. 195913671310
notes on the snail vector of schistosoma haematobium in the ibadan area of nigeria: with some observations on the pathology of the liver and spleen in mice experimentally infected with schistosoma haematobium and schistoma mansoni. 195913812506
[renal traumatism in a large hydronephrotic kidney containing schistosoma haematobium and balantidium coli]. 196013762894
[attempted detection of bilharziasis caused by schistosoma haematobium by intradermo-reaction in the course of an epidemiological survey in haute-volta]. 196013766752
the transport and laboratory culture of snail intermediate hosts of schistosoma haematobium. 196013693941
[bladder symptoms caused by schistosoma haematobium]. 196014438198
[lessons from a 1st inquiry on the epidemiology of bilharziasis due to schistosoma haematobium in mauritania]. 196114469828
studies on schistosoma haematobium infection in school children in epe, western nigeria. 196114481589
egg-laying capacity of the small bulinus truncatus in relation to infection with schistosoma haematobium. 196113727550
the effect of schistosoma haematobium infection on the activity of urinary beta-glucuronidase. 196113895391
the effect of schistosoma haematobium infection on the activity of urinary beta-glucuronidase. 196113895392
preliminary field trials with m&b 2948a in schistosoma haematobium infections in man. 196113682831
laboratory and field trials of a new molluscicide, bayer 73, in tanganyika, there are at present few large irrigation systems, and observations so far carried out indicate that impounded waters play an important part in the transmission of bilharziasis. more recent studies suggest that, in the western half of the country, small temporary pools may be the most important habitats of the vector of schistosoma haematobium. the present paper records a series of trials with a new molluscicide, bayer 73, and, for comparison, with sodium pentachlorophenate, both ...196114005427
schistosoma haematobium infection in a sukuma village, tanganyika. 196120604107
further observations on bulinus (bulinus) truncatus rohlfsi (clessin) in ghana: seasonal population fluctuations and biology.bulinus (b.) truncatus rohlfsi is an important snail host of schistosoma haematobium in ghana and probably elsewhere in west africa. study of this snail in natural habitats in northern ghana has shown that the pronounced population fluctuations can be broadly related to the alternating wet and dry seasons and to any marked changes in the aquatic vegetation. an increase in snail density and reproductive activity begins during the rainy season, reaching a peak in the dry season. the onset of the c ...196220604118
the transmission of schistosoma haematobium in an area of lake province, tanganyika.this paper records the results of detailed studies carried out over a two-year period on the transmission of schistosoma haematobium in an area of lake province, tanganyika. the ecology of a variety of snail habitats is described; and data on the biology of the principal molluscan host (bulinus (physopsis) nasutus productus), on seasonal fluctuations in its population density and associated cercarial infection rates, on its response to desiccation and on other aspects of population dynamics are ...196214005428
observations on variations in schistosoma haematobium egg output, and on the relationship between the average egg output of infected persons and the prevalence of infection in a community. 196213940174
treatment of schistosoma haematobium infection with sodium antimony dimercaptosuccinate (twsb). 196214477929
the distribution of the eggs of schistosoma haematobium in he urinary stream. 196213900875
[rectal localization of bilharziasis due to "schistosoma haematobium"]. 196213866866
[urinary schistosomiasis due to schistosoma haematobium accompanied by an important splenomegaly cured by medical treatment alone. (apropos of a case)]. 196214014411
stosstherapy of schistosoma haematobium infections using lucanthone hydrochloride. 196213949627
urological manifestations in schistosoma haematobium infestation. 196313957271
irreversible damage by schistosoma haematobium in schoolchildren. 196414163129
observations on bilharziasis and the potential snail hosts in the republic of the congo (brazzaville).in 1962, the author conducted a preliminary investigation of bilharziasis in the republic of the congo (brazzaville), at the request of the government, in order to review existing information and work done on bilharziasis, to assess the prevalence and distribution of the disease, to make observations on the potential snail hosts, and to propose further suitable studies and control measures.although little time was available for this study, it appears reasonable to conclude that schistosoma haema ...196414163961
cor pulmonale due to chronic infestation with schistosoma haematobium. 196414203910
pulmonary complications of schistosoma haematobium. 196414229820
some observations on the relationship of schistosoma haematobium with its intermediate host. 196414250822
human disposition of antimony administered as antimony sodium dimercapto-succinate. with an analysis of antimony concentration in excreted schistosoma haematobium ova. 196414117554
observations on the transmission of schistosoma haematobium and schistosoma bovis in the lake region of tanganyika.previous investigations have shown that in the lake region of sukumaland, tanganyika, where schistosoma haematobium is highly endemic, bulinus (physopsis) nasutus is responsible for the transmission of that schistosome in small, temporary rain pools. this area is one of low rainfall, and large artificial reservoirs are the chief source of water in the dry season. the role of these reservoirs in s. haematobium transmission was studied over a period of about a year.previous work in south africa ha ...196414277260
the development of irrigation and its influence on the transmission of bilharziasis in tanganyika.schistosoma mansoni and schistosoma haematobium are widely distributed throughout east africa, each being transmitted by several intermediate hosts. it is feared that the increased use of irrigation, which is proposed in tanganyika to expand agricultural productivity, will also increase the incidence and intensity of schistosomal infection. nine newly developed irrigation schemes have been examined to provide base-line data against which any future observations on the build-up of bilharziasis ca ...196514310910
herbicide trials in the snail habitats of the egypt 49 project.the molluscan hosts of schistosoma haematobium, schistosoma mansoni and fasciola spp. have been found to flourish in association with certain submersed, floating and emergent weeds in the irrigation system of the egypt 49 project area. the efficacy of acrolein in killing potamogeton crispus, an important submersed weed, has been previously established. the present paper deals with field trials of different herbicides, alone or combined, against the other predominant types of floating and emergen ...196514310915
[contribution to the experimental study of bilharziasis caused by schistosoma haematobium]. 19655294302
transmission of bilharziasis. 2. production of cercariae.while a knowledge of cercarial infection rates is essential to an understanding of the dynamics of bilharziasis transmission, rather little attention has been paid to methods of determining these rates. the author considers that the most valuable information is likely to be obtained if studies of infectivity are carried out hand in hand with studies of snail population density and structure. different methods employed in examining snail populations for infection are discussed, together with the ...19655294587
daily and weekly injections of sodium antimony dimercaptosuccinate (twsb) in the treatment of schistosoma haematobium infection: with particular reference to the intensity of infection.with a view to developing a schedule for the ambulatory treatment of schistosoma haematobium infection with sodium antimony dimercaptosuccinate (twsb), a trial was conducted in tanzania of the comparative effectiveness of daily and weekly injections of twsb in schoolchildren. in-patients received five daily injections of 6 mg/kg, and out-patients the same total amount in five weekly was found that the two schedules were equally effective, and that, while the cure rate varied invers ...19655295000
auto-antibodies in schistosoma haematobium infections. 19655849620
schistosoma haematobium infection in nigeria. ii. infection at a primary school in ibadan. 19655862612
schistosoma haematobium infection in nigeria. 3. infection in boatyard workers at epe. 19655862613
[genital biharziasis in women. a case of endometritis due to schistosoma haematobium]. 19655864001
susceptibility of planorbarius metidjensis (forbes) from the south of portugal (algarve) and bulinus (ph.) africanus from portuguese guinea to schistosoma haematobium from the same overseas province. 19655872022
periodicity and longevity of schistosoma haematobium cercariae liberated from bulinus truncatus in central iraq. 19655889014
[a further potential vector of schistosoma haematobium in portugal]. 19655895847
[action of ciba 32-644 ba on the elimination of schistosoma mansoni and schistosoma haematobium eggs]. 19655898838
monthly prevalence rates of natural infection with schistosoma haematobium cercariae in bulinus truncatus in central iraq. 19655889011
[bilinus obtusispira (e. a. smith, 1886), intermediate host of schistosoma haematobium bilharziasis in northwestern madagascar]. 19666014285
susceptibility of pigs to infection with schistosoma haematobium from egypt. 19665965552
acquired resistance in hamsters to infection with schistosoma haematobium. 19665955116
biological disposition of antibilharzial antimony drugs. ii. antimony fate and uptake by schistosoma haematobium eggs in man. 19665938098
significance of the presence of schistosoma haematobium ova in rectal snips taken from bilharzial cases. 19665964494
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