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The extensive monograph by Professor Tareev, chief of the clinical division of the Central Malaria Institute in Moscow, is devoted to a systematic discussion of the pathogenesis, symptomatology, diagnosis and course of malaria. Considerations of the parasite, the vector, the epidemiology and the epidemiologic methods of combating the disease are not included. The monograph is devoted exclusively to the discussion of the purely clinical questions, particularly those pertaining to the involvement of the various organs and the many complications of malaria. Correlation of the symptoms with the pathogenesis, immunity and the host parasite relationship is stressed. The author draws for illustrative cases on the extensive material of the Central Malarial Institute in Moscow. The various chapters deal with the general characteristics of the malarial infection the basic triad spleen, liver and blood, the lesions of the various systems, special types of the malarial infection, diagnosis and prognosis, and the prophylaxis
Klinika malyarii. JAMA. 1945;127(2):126. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860020070033
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