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A Study of Monkey-Malaria, and Its Experimental Transmission to Man
TLDR
The studies in monkeymalaria have only extended over the past nine months, but the authors are anxious to clear the ground for future investigation by the publication of this preliminary report. Expand
Leptospirosis in India
  • B. M. Gupta
  • Geography, Medicine
  • The Indian medical gazette
  • 1 August 1938
TLDR
One of the patients developed lobar pneumonia but in no other case was there any evidence of respiratory complication, and the degree of pyrexia at the early stage could not be determined. Expand
The Kala-Azar Transmission Problem
TLDR
The experimental work carried out at this School upon this problem during the years 1921 and 1922 is summarized, and experimental results which, although they include but few positive findings, yet seem to the writers to raise points of interest are published. Expand
Sulphonamides and Antibiotic Drugs in the Treatment of Trachoma *
TLDR
In this series of cases the value of terramycin, aureomycin, chloramphenicol, and sulphacetamide has been assessed. Expand
Trichomonas SP. from the Gut Contents of a Corais Snake
Trichomonas sp. from a corais snake Description . Body usually pear-shaped. Average size 12 × 8μ, Three anterior flagella of unequal length. Basal fibre absent. Feebly developed undulating membrane.Expand
Observations on the Flagellates of the Genera Trichomonas and Eutrichomastix
TLDR
It can be definitely concluded that Trichomonas and Eutrichomastix are generically distinct. Expand
The Diagnosis of Kala-Azar by Examination of Thick Blood Films
TLDR
Serological tests, however valuable the serological tests may be, cannot be said to be absolutely infallibly diagnostic or to be free from possible misinterpretations and fallacies. Expand
Malarial Infection in the Placenta and Transmission to the Fœtus
  • B. M. Gupta
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Indian medical gazette
  • 1 July 1939
TLDR
The occurrence of mature schizonts in the blood of the infant 15 hours after birth proves beyond doubt that the infection was acquired in utero. Expand
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