Volumes

Volume 14

FASCICLE 1

Serial haemocultures in Warren’s medium from patients with a positive Guerreiro-Machado’s test – 1-5

R. D. R. ALBUQUERQUE, L. A. R. FERNANDES, G. K. FUNAYMA, F. FERRIOLLI FILHO ,& A. F. de SIQUEIRA

Triatominae (Hemiptera, Reduviidae): Sex identification in immature forms of vectors of Chagas Diseases – 6-11

A. PERLOWAGORA-SZUMLEWICZ & H. N. da CRUZ

Experimental cutaneous leishmaniasis. III – Comparative pathology of the infection of laboratory animals by different strains of L. braziliensis, L. mexicana and L. tropica – 12-29

E. COUTINHO .& M. V. COEZHO

Quantitative study of mast cells in esophagial musculature in chronic patients of Chagas Disease – 30-32

F. E. L. PEREIRA

Immunological response to toxoplasmosis in population groups of the State of São Paulo , Brazil, as evaluated by the distribution of serum titers in the dye-test – 33-50

E. KIRCHNER & J. X. COTRIM

The nephropathy of Kala-Azar – 51-54

Z. A. ANDRADE & K. IABUKI

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Observations on prophylaxis of tetanus with antitetanic serum and toxoid – 55-58

A. CORREA, J. KIPNIS, V. AMATO Neto, J. TAVARES, T. TCHERNIACOVSKI & S. R. KONICHI

Experimental chemotherapy of schistosomiasis. V-Laboratory trials with U.K. 3883, a 2 -aminomethyltetrahydroquinoline  derivate – 59-66

J. PELLEGRINO & N. KATZ

A comparative study between therapeutic efficiency of pyrantel pamoate and laevo-isomer of tetramisole in ascariasis – 67-72

D. W. C. de SOUZA, J. NEVES & M. S. de LEMOS

CASE REPORTS

Clinical possibilities of evolution in Manson’s schistosomiasis, with presentation of one case of complete adapting  evolution – 73-82

J. A. SALGADO, A. L. da SILVA, J. M. R. ZEITUNE, D. F. CHAMONE, D. de A. F. CHAMONE, J. R. da C. MELO, C. VELOSO C C. A. de OLIVEIRA

FASCICLE 2

Observations on the early ecdyses of larvae of Ascaris lumbricoides, A. suum and Toxocara canis – 83-90

P. ARAÚJO

Excretion of Schistosoma mansoni eggs from Cebus monkey experimentally infected – 91-96

C. EDGARDO BORDA, J. PELLEGRINO & H. D. MESCHESSI

Morphological and cytochemical observations on the phagotrophy of Plasmodium (Sauramoeba) tropiduri and two other species of malaria parasite – 97-105

J. V. SCORZA

Observations on the experimental congenital transmission of Manson’s schistosomiasis – 106-108

A. L. BITTENCOURT, V. S. OLIVEIRA I& C. C. Q. ANDRADE

The effect of human sex on the development oi Chagas Disease parasites in the cardlac fibers of man – 109-113

C. G. WIDMER & E. S. AZEPEDO

Laboratory study of smallpox In patlents of the “Emil~o Rlbas” Infectious Disease Hospital, São Paulo, Brazll. II – An evaluation of the different indlrect diagnostic methods – 114-120

E RIRCHNER, J. NOBLE, J. SESSO & G. LONG

Seroepidemiologic study of coronavirus infection in Brazilian children and civilian adults – 121-125

J. A. N. CANDEIAS, R. P. de S. CARVALHO & F. ANTONACIO

Malaria in Carlos Chagas Hospital of the Federal University of Minas Gerais during the last 10 years: Report of 118 cases with special reference to chloroquine-resistant Plasmodium falciparum – 126-130

J. NEVES & H B MOURA ..

Incidence of congenital transm~ssion of Chagas Disease in premature deliveries, at the “Maternidade Tsylla Balbino”, Salvador , Bahia- 131-134

A. L. BITTENCOURT, H. S BARSOSA, T. ROCHA, I. SODRB & A. SODRE

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Treatment of experimental Chagas Disease with drug CL 71.366 – 135-145

S. G. ANDRADE, R. M. FIGUEIRA & M. L. CARVALHO –

SUBJECT INDEX – 146

FASCICLE 3

The phototactic rhythms of some sandflies from Venezuela (Diptera: Phbbotominae) – 147-153

J. V. SCORZA

Behaviour of a strain of Trypanosoma cruzi in animals wlth experimentally induced low resistance – 154-161

S. G. ANDRADE, A. A. da SILVA, M. L. CARVALHO & R. M. FIGUEIRA

Studies on wild reservoirs and vectors of Trypanosoma cruzi. XLIX – Synonymy of Trypanosoma akodoni Carini and Maciel, 1915 in T. cruzz Chagas, 1909 – 162-170

R. D. RIBEIRO L M. P. BARRETTO

Acute myocarditis in rats inoculated with Trypanosoma cruzi: Study of animals sacrificed between the fourth and twenty-ninth day after infection – 171-177

C.SCORZA & J. V. SCORZA

An electron microscope study of the smooth muscle cell in acquired and congenital megacolon – 178-190

D. R. KISS.

Occurrence of Rhodnius ecuadoriensis Lent .& León, 1958 naturally infected by Trypanosoma rangeli Tejera,1 920 – Like trypanosomes, In the neighborhood of the Distrito de Cascas, Contumaza, Dpto. de Cajamarca, Peru – 191-202

C. CUBA, N. MORALES, E. FERNANDEZ & W. FERNANDEZ

Quantitation of immunoglobulins and passive hemagglutination test in patients with cutaneous leishmaniasis – 203-206

L. J. ANTUNES, A. P. dos REIS, C. A. P. TAVARES & J. PELLEGRINO

Considerations on outbreaks of acquired toxoplasmosis and report on the investigation of a similar occurrence in an industrial plant in the State Of São Paulo – 207-211

V. AMATO NET0

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Clinical trials with pyrantel pamoate in intestinal parasitoses – 212-221

N. KATZ, F. ZICXER, A. CHAVES & C. M. F. ANTUNES

CASE REPORTS

Pulmonary and meningeal cryptococcosis complicated with lung schistosomiasis. A case report – 222-229

E. CHAVES, A. Q. LOPES, M. P. da SILVA m& J. A. G. da SILVA

NOTE – 230

FASCICLE 4

Simian malaria in the State of Acre, Brazil: The finding of liti monkeys, Callicebus moloch cupreus, naturally infected with Plasmodium brasilianum – 231-234

J. A. FERREIRA Neto, L. M. DEANE & F. B. de ALMEIDA

Plasmodium juxtanucleare in the State of Minas Gerais, Brazil. Studies on its prevalence and some aspects of its biology – 235-245

A. U. KRETTLI

Prevention of tetanus. Experimental assay in guinea-pigs with serum, toxoid and serotoxoid – 246-248

A. CORRPA & J. TAVARES

Eespiratory viruses infections in Rio Grande do Sul. I – Recovery and identification of agent – 249-253

I. G. de MATTOS

Respiratory viruses infections in Rio Grande do Sul. II – Serological survey – 254-256

F. G. de MATTOS

Incidence of congenital transmission of Chagas Disease in abortion material – 257-259

A. I,. BITTENCOURT & H. S. BARBOSA

The value of macerated fetus study on the diagnosis of congenital Chagas Disease – 260-263

A. L BITTENCOURT I& H. S. BARBOSA

Observations on the search for anti-toxoplasma IgM antibodies, by immunofluorescence, in the serum of patients with acquired toxoplasmosis, lymphoglandular form – 264-272

V. AMATO Neto, M. E. CAMARGO, J. S. de MENDONCA, G. C. LEVI ,& G. W. OSELKA

Latex test for diagnosis of American Kala-Azar – 273-276

W. MAYRLNK, C. de A. CHIARI, P. A. MAGALHÃES & C. A. da COSTA

Pulmonary vascular permeability in chagasic rats – 277-289

G. M. BOHM

FASCICLE 5

Experimental Chagas Disease in purebred Beagle dogs acutely infected with Trypanosoma cruzi (B strain) – 291-300

A. W. KRAMER Jr.

A Trypanosoma lewisi antigen or its fractions as a mean of protection Of mice against the experimental infection with Trypanosoma cruzi – 301-305

W. G. F. de LARA

Migration of Schistosmna mansoni larvae in the albino mouse – 306-309

L. H. PEREIRA, P. M. Z. COELHO, J. J. A. FONSECA, A. BREDT I& J. PELLEGRINO

Rheumatoid factors as a cause for false positive IgM anti-toxoplasma fluorescent tests. A technique for specific results – 310-313

M. E. CAMARGO, P. G. LESER & A. ROCCA

Spontaneous toxoplasmosis in domestic and wild animals in SLo Paulo, Brasil – 314-320

F. SOGORB S., L. F. JAMRA, E. C. GUIMARÃES & M. P. DEANE

Isolation of Balantidium coli in culture and speed of action of nitrimidazine and metronidazole – 321-325

I. de CARNERI

Diagnostic value of the examination of the bone marrow for Toxoplasma gondii in patients with acquired toxoplasmosis – 326-329

V. AMATO Neto, J. de 0. COUTINHO, J. PASTERNAK & Y. K. de 0. e SILVA

CASE REPORTS

Onchocerciasis in the State of Amazonas, Brazil – 330-333

M. MORAES & L. B. DIAS

Interstitial pneumonia due to leptospirosis: Report of a case – 334-337

V. AMATO Neto, I. TCHERNIACOVSKI & J. L. da S. BALDY

The positivation of the Montenegro test during the treatment of mucocutaneous leishmaniasis. A case report – 338-339

R. M. CASTRO, M. E. N. NANNI, L. E. N. ERMETICCE & K. TOYODA

NOTE – 340

FASCICLE 6

Effect of dihydrofolate reductase inhibitors on experimental cutaneous leishmaniasis, with especial emphasis on Leishmania isolates from Latin-America – 341-351

R. A. NEAL

Studies on wild reservoirs and vectors of Trypanasoma cruzi. III – Natural infections of Sciurus (Guerlinguetus) aestuans ingrami Thomas, 1901, by T. cruzi – 352-359

R. D. RIBEIRO .& M P. BARRETTO

Induction of male sterility through manipulation of genetic mechanisms present in vector species of Chagas Disease (Remarks on integrating stenle-male release with insecticidal control measures against vectors of Chagas Disease) – 360-371

A. PERLOWAGORA-SZUMLEWICZ & M V. CORREIA

Skin-test survey with paracoccidioidin and histoplasmin in horses – 372-376

I. A. CONTIDfAZ, B. J. ALVAREZ, E. GEZUELE, H. GONZALEZ MARINI, J. DUARTE & J. FALCON

“Reservarea” of paracoccidioidomycosis in the State of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil – 377-380

A. T. LONDERO, C. D. RAMOS, J. 0. LOPES & J. P. BENEVENGA

Trichophyton simii. Its occurrence in Eirazil – 381-383

A. T. LONDERO ,& J. P. BENEVENGA

Immunoglobulin levels in schistosomiasis – 384-387

M. CURIEL, J. CHAVES & J. W. TORREALBA

Human infection by Microsporum nanum in Brazil – 388-391

A. T. LONDERO & J. P. BENEVENGA

THERAPEUTIC ASSAYS

Treatment of ascaridiasis in a rural area: Comparative study of single dese efficacies of piperazine hexamdrate, tetramisole and pyrantel pamoate – 393-396

G. C. LEVT, V. AMATO Neto, S. R. KONICHI & H. N. V. STEFANI

TECHNICAL NOTE

A simple device for quantitative stool thick-smear technique in schistosomiasis mansoni – 397-400

N. KATZ, A. CEIAVES & J. PELLEGRINO

AUTHOR INDEX –  401-402

SUBJECT INDEX – 405