Volumes

Volume 22

FASCICLE 1

Trypanosomes of the subgenus Schizotrypanum in portuguese bats – 1-6

P. ABRANCHES & F. BACELAR

Anti-thermolabile Escherichia coli enterotoxin and anti-colonization factor antibodies found in human colostrum – 7-14

J. MARTINS FILHO, A. F. PESTANA DE CASTRO, M. B. SERAFIM & J. A. GOMES

Effect of the route of inoculation on residual virulence of different substrains of Myco-bacterium bovis BCG in mice – 15-19

L. PALHANO JUNIOR & P. P. GONTIJO FILHO

Surface antigen of B. hepatitis virus (HBsAg) and primary liver carcinoma: A retrospective study – 20-23

E. N. SARNO, L. M. M. VIEIRA & D. M. FAULHABER

 

CASE REPORTS

Eumycotic mycetoma of the foot caused by Petriellidium boydii. A case report – 24-29

O. M. da ROCHA, C. da S. LACAZ, E. PORTO, E. M. HEINS, S. SCHAF, E. HIROSE PASTOR & W. COSSERMELLI

 

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Comparative clinical evaluation of a new cephamycin antlbiotic, cefoxitin, in acute bacterial infections – 30-36

G. DEL NEGRO, W. FRANCISCO & C. V. F. GODOI

Treatment of severe bacterial infections with sisomycin – 37-39

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

Experiences with large scale chemotherapy in the control of S. mansoni in Brazil – 40-51

N. KATZ

 

BOOKS – 52 

FASCICLE 2

Resistance to fast in Venezuelan Triatominae (Hemiptera, Reduviidae) I – Rhodnius prolixus Stal – 53-61

M. D. FELICIANGELI, J. RABINOVICH & E. FERNANDEZ

Conversion of the C, component of complement in mlce lnfeeted w~th Trypanosoma cruzi – 62-68

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

Measles Contrlhution for the study of some aspects of lung function – 69-77

T. M. KUSCHNAROFF, H. ROMALDINI, M. L. dos SANTOS, J. X. GUIMARAES & O. RIBEIRORATTO

Titer variations of quantitative complement fixation test in non-treated patients with chronic Chagas’disease – 78-81

J. W. R. de ALMEIDA, M. E. CAMARGO & V. AMATO NETO

 

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Therapeutic of taeniasis and of Hymenolepis nana with a single oral dose of praziquantel Study of the efficacy, tolerance and safety – 82-88

M. C. BARANSKI, N. R. GOMES, O. F. de GODOY, A. F. da SILVA, P. I. KOTAKA, M. GIOVANNONI & M. CARNEIRO FILHO

Use of antimieroblc drugs In Hospltal das Clinicas da Faculdade de Medmina de Botucatu – UNESP – 89-92

O. M. da ROCHA, E. PIRES DE CAMPOS, D. A. MEIRA, M. A. M. BRASIL, R. P. MENDES & C. E. O. PIRES DE CAMPOS

 

CASE REPORTS

Erythema multiforme due to benzonidazole in the management of Chagas’disease – 93-95

V. AMATO NETO, A. C. NICODEMO & E. de ALMEIDA NETO

 

BOOKS – 96 

FASCICLE 3

Re-infection of patients in schistosomiasis mansoni endemic areas after specific treatment. IV – Observations taken in Belo Horizonte – 97-107

M. F. F. de L. e COSTA, N. RATZ & J. C. P. DIAS

Serological evaluation of a vaccine against human encephalitis caused by Rocio virus – 108-113

O. de S. LOPES, L. de A. SACCHETYA, E. da S. NASSAR, M. I. de OLIVEIRA, I. BISORDI, A. SUZUKI & E. K. KIMURA

Factors that could modify the results of quantitative coproscopy of S. mansoni eggs by Kato-Katz method – 114-117

L. DOMINGUES, M. SILVEIRA, M. I. VANDERLEI & S. KELNER

Detection of host proteins in the intestine of Triatoma infestans by agar double diffusion tests – 118-123

C. WISNIVESKY-COLLI, C. FREY & N. SOLARZ

Malaria at Humaita county, Amazonas State, Brazil. I – Some epidemiological and clinical aspects – 124-134

D. A. MEIRA, H. J. PITA, B. BARRAVIERA, L. SPERANDIO, J. R. LIMA, F. M. A. CORREA, R. SOGAYAR, E. SALATA, M. A. M. BRASIL, R. P. MENDES & E. P. de CAMPOS

Chagas’disease in dogs. Pathological study in naturally infected animals – 135-143

E. R. LOPES, W. L. TAFURI, E. CHAPADEIRO, L. L. PIRES, V. MACEDO, A. R. PRATA & R. TANUS

 

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Chemoprophylactic properties of oxamniqume in embonate in experimental schistosomiasis – 144-148

A. KOROLKOVAS, P. M. Z. COELHO, M. 0. e ROCHA, L. H. PEREIRA & M. A. BARBOSA

 

CASE REPORTS

Indirect immunofluorescence and Montenegro intradermal test for American cutaneous leishmaniasis in residents of Jacarepagua (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). Comparative study of results in 1974 and 1978 – 149-155

M. C. de A. MARZOCHI, S. G. COUTINHO, P. C. SABROZA & W. J. S. de SOUZA

 

BOOKS – 156 

FASCICLE 4

The importance of skin and pulmonary phases to the development of Schistosoma mansoni albino mice – 157-163

M. 0 . ROCHA & P. M. Z. COELHO

Preliminary studies with a Schistosoma mansoni saline extract inducing protection in rabbits against the challenge infection – 164-172

M. SCARPIN, M. TENDLER, L. MESSINEO & N. KATZ

Immunohistochemical staining of Trypanosoma cruzi membrane. Loss of antigenic determinants following saline extraction – 173-179

M. C. S. GUIMARÃES & R. V. MILDER

Automated complement fixation test for the detection of anti-Trypanosoma cruzi antibodies – 180-183

C. A. PEREIRA, I. M. LONGO, 0. RICCI JR. & A. de P. e SILVA

In vitro exoantigen from Herpetomonas samuelpessoai which protects mice against Trypanosoma cruzi infection – 184-191

M. do C. M. de SOUZA, K. MIZUTA & H. IKEMOTO

Susceptibility of inbred mice to Trypanosoma cruzi strain Y – 192-196

A. C. CORSINI, M. G. COSTA, 0. L. P. OLIVEIRA, I. J. B. CAMARGO & A. STELINI JR

 

CASE REPORTS

Kala-Azar in the area of Rio Doce, Minas Gerais, Brasil. Results of a prophylactic campaign – 197-202

P. A. MAGALHÃES, W. MAYRINK, C. A. da COSTA, M. N. MELO, M. DIAS, S. M. BATISTA, M. S. M. MICHALICK & P. WILLIAMS

Cutaneous leishmaniasis (uta) in Peru. Use of contact insecticides and reactivation of the disease during the last years – 203-206

A. HERRER, V. HIDALGO & 0 . MENESES

 

RESEARCH NOTE

The rabbit as a laboratory animal for studies on Chagas’disease – 207-208

E. CHIARI, W. L. TAFURI, E. A. BAMBIRRA, M. M. REZENDE, T. 0 . RIBEIRO, L. P. CASTRO, J. A. SALGADO & R. A. AMARAL DE PADUA 

Preliminary results using technetium-99m scintigraphy in the study of megaesophagus. Concise communication – 209-211

H. MARIONI F.O, A. F. THOM & L. R. F. MARTINS

 

BOOKS – 212

FASCICLE 5

Vaccination of hamsters with Leishmania hertigi against subsequent infection by L. mexicana and L. hraziliensis – 213-218

Z. I. TERRIENTES & R. ZELEDON

The effect of irradiated Trypanosoma cruzi on the pathogenesis of Chagas’ disease in dogs – 219-230

M. J. TOMLINSON, W. L. CHAPMAN JR., W. L. HANSON & A. J. GOVEN

Quantitative alterations of sera proteins in mice infected with Trypanosoma cruzi. I – “Y” and Nicaragua strains – 231-241

E. SALATA & H. de A. RANGEL

Sorologic diagnosis in Chagas’ disease. Comparative studies in differents technicals – 242-245

A. P. FUCHS, V. L. FIORATTI, V. A. de MELLO & E. BOAINAIN 

Endocrine disfunctions in schistosomiasis. Experimental aspects of late schistosomiasis in mice – 246-260

J. de S. COSTA, C. M. DIAS, M. da P. P. BURGOS, F. TRINDADE & O. L. N. COSTA 

 

CASE REPORTS

South American blastomycosis of the esophagus. Report of a case – 261-264

A. ZILIOTTO JUNIOR, J. E. KUNZLE & F. de A. TAKEDA 

Leptospirosis in the State of Amazonas: Sero!ogical survey – 265-268

C. A. SANTA-ROSA, C. da S. LACAZ, P. de A. MACHADO, R. M. YANAGUITA, A. L. CASTRILLON, J. J. FERRARONI & O . J. M. FONSECA

Paracoccidioidomycosis of central nervous system. Report of two cases – 269-274

R. de J. PEDRO, M. L. M. BRANCHINI, R. S. de LUCCA, M. L. da SILVEIRA, N. O. FACURE & V. AMATO NET0

FASCICLE 6

Trypanosoma cruzi: activity of immune sera on surface antigens – 275-280

S. M. GONZALEZ-CAPPA, J. KLOETZEL, A. M. KATZIN & R. E. dos SANTOS

Study on the growth promotion capacity of calf serum for animal cells in vitro. I – Test of 56 lots of calf serum against several cell lines and primary cell cultures – 281-285

H. N. TUCHIYA, I. F. MENDES, C. MIYAKI & E. de RIZZO

Experimental paracoccidioidomyccsis in the mouse. I – Some immunopathological findings in the intraperitoneal infection – 286-293

M. MOSCARDI & M. F. FRANCO

Chagas’disease in the Amazon Basin: Speculations on transmission per os – 294-297

R. LAINSON, J. J. SHAW & R. D. NAIFF

 

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Toxic effects of high doses of amphotericin B in the treatment of paracoccidioidomycosis – 298-302

A. M. GUEDES, L. C. CUCE & S. A. P. SAMPAIO

Treatment of acute bacterial pneumopathies with cefaclor – 303-305

J. PASTERNAK, G. C. LEVI, E. V. NAKASU, D. R. NITRINI & V. AMATO NETO

The in vitro action of ketoconazo!e on Prototheca and Fissuricella filamenta – 306-309

M. J. S. MENDES & C. da S. LACAZ

 

CASE REPORTS

Cerebral cladosporiosis (dematiomycosis). A new case found in Brazil – 310-318

G. M. MEIRA, A. C. A. NEVES, L. B. DIAS. M. T. F. ARAUJO, R. ARAUJO, P. S. R. AZEVEDO & M. A. P. MORAES

LABORATORY METHODS Comparative study between FAUST et al. and RITCHIE methods for parasitological stool examination – 319-322

V. L. P. CASTILHO, I. L. FRANCA, C. J. de A. MONTEIRO, V. AMATO NETO, R. CAMPOS & A. A. B. MOREIRA

 

AUTHOR INDEX – 323-324

 

SUBJECT INDEX – 325-326