4th Edition

Essential Malariology, 4Ed

By David A. Warrell, Herbert M Gilles Copyright 2002
    352 Pages
    by CRC Press

    352 Pages
    by CRC Press

    Essential Malariology, Fourth Edition is a concise and practical handbook that covers all aspects of malaria from a clinical perspective - its control, prevention and treatment. This edition has been thoroughly updated and contains brand new chapters on malaria in children, malaria in pregnancy, and vaccines. Incorporated throughout are the latest research into, and understanding of, molecular biology, and the latest diagnostic techniques. In addition, new colour plates and figures are included to complement the text.

    Historial outline
    The malaria parasites
    Diagnostic methods in malaria
    The Anopheles vector
    The epidemiology of malaria
    Rationale and technique of malaria control
    Clinical features of malaria
    Clinical features of malaria in children
    Clinical features of falciparum malaria in pregnancy
    Pathology and pathophysiology of human malaria
    Immunology of malaria
    Treatment and prevention of malaria
    Malaria vaccines


    David A Warrell - Director, Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK.

    Herbert M Gilles - Emeritus Professor of Tropical Medicine, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, Liverpool, UK.