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Observations on the rectal ciliates of the genus Balantidium, Claparede and Lachmann, 1858 from Indian amphibians Rana tigrina and R. cyanophlyctis
Summary 8 new species of the genus Balantidium , Claparede and Lachmann , 1858, are described namely B. tigrinae, B. aurangabadensis, B. ranae , from Rana tigrina , and B. megastomae, B.Expand
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Emphysematous gastritis in association with type 1 diabetes
Emphysematous gastritis is an unusual and severe variant of gastritis characterised by invasion of the stomach wall by gas-forming bacteria. Poorly controlled diabetes is one of the predisposingExpand
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Tubulimonoides gryllotalpae n.g., n.sp. (Mastigophora: Oxymonadida) from the cricket in India
The morphology of a new flagellateTubulimonoides gryllotalpae n.g., n.sp. is described from the gut of the cricketGryllotalpa africana in Maharashtra, India. The organism has four flagella arisingExpand
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The morphology of two new flagellates of the genusMonocercomonoides travis, 1932 from insects in India
The morphology of two new species of flagellates, namelyMonocercomonoides marathwadensis n.sp., fromPeriplaneta americana andM. polyphagae n.sp., fromPolyphaga indica is described. The former speciesExpand
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A new flagellate of the genus Proteromonas Kunstler, 1883, from an Indian lizard.
A new flagellate, Proteromonas hemidactyli sp.nov., is described from the large intestine of the lizard, Hemidactylus brooki , in Hyderabad, India. It is characterized by a long, slender and fusiformExpand
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Studies on the morphology of three new species of monocercomonad flagellates from amphibians in India
Summary The communication gives an account of three new species of the genus Monocercomonas Grassi , 1879 from the frogs and toads in India. The species described are Monocercomonas cyanophlycti n.Expand
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Two new species of Eimeria Schneider, 1875, from rats in India.
Summary The paper gives an account of the morphology of the sporulated oocysts of two new species of Eimeria namely E. tuberculata n. sp. and E. levinei n. sp. from the house rat Rattus rattusExpand
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Aggressive Angiomyxoma- An Uncommon Cause of Vulval Mass: A Case Report.
Aggressive angiomyxoma is a slow growing mesenchymal tumor. It is locally aggressive with a low rate of metastasis. Aggressive angiomyxoma arising from vulvovaginal region is a rare. As it isExpand