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Handbook of medical protozoology for medical men, parasitologists and zoologists.
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There is a short section on each of the parasites, dealing briefly with parasitologists and zoologists. book clinical aspects and the course of the infections. Admittedly, the amount of clinical material would be inadequate for a clinician, but the author realizes this and so states in his introduction.
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protozoology. A MANUAL FOR THE USE OF MEDICAL MEN, VETERINARIANS AND ZOOLOGISTS.~ The last fifteen years have produced a very great change in the general outlook upon Protozoology as a whole.
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A review of the first edition of this book published in was given in this Bulletin,Vol. 28, p.and it was pointed out that this was a text-book of protozoology intended for students of zoology and that the medical aspects of the subject received only the attention which the protozoa involved justified from the purely zoological standpoint.
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