This book keeps you up to date with everything from infectious diseases and environmental issues through poisoning and toxicology, animal injuries, and nutritional and micronutrient deficiencies that result from traveling to tropical or subtropical regions. Prev. ed.: 2012.
New emerging diseases, new diagnostic modalities for resource-poor settings, new vaccine schedules . all significant, recent developments in the fast-changing field of tropical medicine. Hunter's Tropical Medicine and Emerging Infectious Diseases, 10th Edition, keeps you up to date with everything from infectious diseases and environmental issues through poisoning and toxicology, animal injuries, and nutritional and micronutrient deficiencies that result from traveling to tropical or subtropical regions. This comprehensive resource provides authoritative clinical guidance, useful statistics, and chapters covering organs, skills, and services, as well as traditional pathogen-based content. You'll get a full understanding of how to recognize and treat these unique health issues, no matter how widespread or difficult to control. Includes important updates on malaria, leishmaniasis, tuberculosis and HIV, as well as coverage of Ebola, Zika virus, Chikungunya, and other emerging pathogens. Provides new vaccine schedules and information on implementation. Features five all-new chapters: Neglected Tropical Diseases: Public Health Control Programs and Mass Drug Administration; Health System and Health Care Delivery; Zika; Medical Entomology; and Vector Control - as well as 250 new images throughout. Presents the common characteristics and methods of transmission for each tropical disease, as well as the applicable diagnosis, treatment, control, and disease prevention techniques. Contains skills-based chapters such as dentistry, neonatal pediatrics and ICMI, and surgery in the tropics, and service-based chapters such as transfusion in resource-poor settings, microbiology, and imaging. Discusses maladies such as delusional parasitosis that are often seen in returning travelers, including those making international adoptions, transplant patients, medical tourists, and more. Enhanced eBook version included with purchase, which allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
Table of Contents
Part 1 - CLINICAL PRACTICE IN THE TROPICS - all editors Section A: ORGAN-BASED CHAPTERS 1. Tropical Lung Diseases 2. Cardiovascular Diseases 3. Gastrointestinal Diseases 4. Hepatobiliary Diseases 5. Hematologic Diseases 6. Genitourinary Diseases 7. Sexually Transmitted Infections 8. Tropical Dermatology 9. Ophthalmological Diseases 10. Neurologic Diseases 11. Psychiatric Diseases 12. ENT 13. Diseases of the Musculoskeletal System Section B: SKILLS-BASED CHAPTERS 14. General Surgery in the Tropics 15. Oral Health and Disease in the Tropics 16. Maternal and Newborn Health 17. Pediatrics in a Resource-constrained Setting Section C: SERVICE-BASED CHAPTERS 18. Diagnostic Imaging in the Tropics 19. Blood Transfusion in Resource-limited Settings 20. Infection Control in the Tropics 21. Microbiology Section D: TOPIC-BASED CHAPTERS 22. Approach to the Patient with Diarrhea 23. Cancer in the Tropics 24. Heat-associated Illness 25. Traditional Medicine 26. Environmental Health Hazards in the Tropics 27. Neglected Tropical Diseases: Public Health Control Programs and Mass Drug Administration 28. Health Systems and Health Care Delivery 29. The Health Care Response to Disasters, Complex Emergencies, and Population Displacement Part 2: Viral Diseases Introduction and General Principles 30. Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection 30.1 HIV, Tuberculosis, Malaria and Streptococcus pneumoniae 31. Viral Infections with Cutaneous Lesions 31.1 Measles 31.2 Poxviruses 31.3 Nonpolio Enterovirus Mucocutaneous Infections 31.4 Kaposi's Sarcoma-associated Herpesvirus 32. Viral Respiratory Infections 33. Viral Gastroenteritis 33.1 Rotavirus 33.2 Norovirus 33.3 Enteric Adenoviruses 33.4 Astroviruses 33.5 Sapovirus 34. Viral Hepatitis (Hep A, B, C, D, E and Non A to E) 35. Viral Febrile Illnesses and Emerging Pathogens 35.1 Dengue and Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever 35.2 Chikungunya Fever 35.3 Zika 35.4 O'nyong Nyong Fever 35.5 Ross River Virus Disease 35.6 Oropouche Virus 35.7 Mayaro Virus 35.8 Pathogenic Phleboviruses (old: Sandfly Fever) 35.9 Sindbis Fever 36. Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers - INTRODUCTION 36.1 Yellow Fever 36.2 Lassa Fever 36.3 South American Hemorrhagic Fevers 36.4 Ebola and Marburg Virus Infections 36.5 Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever 36.6 Diseases Caused by Hantaviruses 36.7 Rift Valley Fever 37. Viral CNS Infections 37.1 Rabies & Related Viruses 37.2 Enterovirus Infections That Cause Central Nervous System Disease (including Poliomyelitis) 37.3 Venezuelan, Eastern and Western Equine Encephalitis 37.4 Japanese Encephalitis 37.5 West Nile Virus 37.6 Saint Louis Encephalitis and Rocio Encephalitis 37.7 Other Arboviral Encephalitides 37.8 Prion Disease 37.9 Human T-Lymphotropic Virus Type I and II Infection PART 3: BACTERIAL INFECTIONS Section A: Infections of the Eye and Throat 38. Trachoma and Inclusion Conjunctivitis 39. Group A Strepto coccus 40. Diphtheria Section B: Respiratory Tract Infections 41. Bacterial Pneumonia 42. Tuberculosis 43. Pertussis Section C: Gastrointestinal Tract Infections 44. Helicobacter pylori Infection 45. Escherichia coli Diarrhea 46. Cholera and Other Vibrios 47. Shigellosis 48. Nontyphoid Salmonella Disease 49. Campylobacter Infections 50. Miscellaneous Bacterial Enteritides 50.1 Yersinia Enterocolitica 50.2 Clostridium Infections 50.3 Aeromonas Section D: Sexually Transmitted Diseases 51. Chlamydial Infections 52. Lymphogranuloma Venereum 53. Gonorrhea 54. Chancroid 55. Granuloma Inguinale 56. Syphilis and the Endemic Treponematoses Section E: Infections Causing Neurologic Manisfestations 57. Acute Bacterial Meningitis 58. Tetanus 59. Botulism Section F: Infections of Skin and Soft Tissues Bacterial skin and soft tissue infections in the Tropics 60. Leprosy 61. Buruli Ulcer 62. Mycobacterium marinum Infection 63. Anthrax Section G: Febrile Systemic Syndromes with or without Lymphadenopathy 64. Epidemic Louse-borne Typhus 65. Murine Typhus 66. Scrub Typhus 67. Tick-borne Spotted Fever Rickettsioses 68. Rickettsialpox 69. Q Fever 70. Trench Fever 71. Bartonellosis : Carrion's Disease and other Bartonella Infections 72. Typhoid and Paratyphoid (Enteric) Fever 73. Brucellosis 74. Melioidosis and Glanders 75. Plague 76. Tularemia 77. Leptospirosis 78. Relapsing Fever and Borrelioses Part 4 - The Mycoses 79. General Principles 80. Superficial Mycoses 81. Subcutaneous Mycoses : General Principles 82. Protothecosis 83. Histoplasmosis 84. Coccidioidomycosis 85. Blastomycosis 86. Paracoccidioidomycosis 87. Cryptococcosis 88. Penicilliosis Marneffei 89. Pneumocystis Pneumonia 90. Treatment of Systemic Mycoses Part 5 - Protozoal Infections 91. General Principles Section A: Intestinal and Genital Infections 92. Entamoeba histolytica (Amebiasis) 93. Giardiasis 94. Cryptosporidiosis 95. Cyclosporiasis 96. Cystoisospora belli (syn. Isospora belli ) 97. Miscellaneous Intestinal Protozoa 98. Trichomoniasis Section B: Infections of the Blood and Reticuloendothelial System 99. Malaria 100. African Trypanosomiasis 101. American Trypanosomiasis (Chagas disease) 102. Leishmaniasis 103. Babesiosis Section C: Tissue Infection 104. Toxoplasmosis 105. Pathogenic and Opportunistic Free-living Ameba Infections 106. Sarcocystosis 107. Microsporidiosis Part 6 - Helminthic Infections 108. General Principles Section A: Intestinal Nematode Infections 109. Nematodes Limited to the Intestinal Tract ( Enterobius vermicularis , Trichuris trichiura , Capillaria philippinensis and Trichostrongylus spp.) 110. Intestinal Nematodes: Ascariasis 111. Hookworm and Strongyloides Infections Section B: Filarial Infections 112. Lymphatic Filariasis 113. Loiasis 114. Onchocerciasis 115. Miscellaneous Filariae Section C: Other Tissue Nematode Infections 116. Dracunculiasis 117. Trichinellosis 118. Toxocariasis 119. Gnathostomiasis 120. Eosinophilic Meningitis ( Angiostrongylus cantonensis , Parastrongylus cantonensis ) 121. Abdominal Angiostrongyliasis 122. Cutaneous Larva Migrans 123. Anisakidosis Section D: Trematodes Infections 124. Schistosomiasis 125. Intestinal Fluke Infections 126. Liver Fluke Infections 127. Paragonimiasis Section E: Cestode Infections 128. Tapeworm Infections 129. Larval Cestode Infections (Cysticercosis) 130. Cystic Echinococcosis 131. Alveolar Echinococcosis (Alveolar Hydatid Disease) 132. Polycystic Echinococcosis (Polycystic Neotropical Disease) 133. Sparganosis 134. Coenuriasis Part 7 - Poisonous and Toxic Plants and Animals 135. Animals hazardous to humans: Venomous Bites, Stings and Envenoming 136. Injurious Arthropods 137. Poisonous Plants and Aquatic Animals 138. PENTASTOMIASIS 139. BATS Part 8 - Nutritional Problems and Deficiency Diseases 140. General Principles 141. Protein-energy Malnutrition in Children 142. Vitamin Deficiencies 143. Mineral Deficiencies Part 9 - Vector Transmission of Diseases and Zoonoses Section A: Medical Entomology 144. Introduction medical Entomology Section B: Diseases associated with Vectors (Arthropods in Disease Transmission) 145. Diseases associated with Vectors (Arthropods in Disease Transmission) Section C: Vector Control 146. Vector Control Part 10 - The sick returning traveller 147. General Principles 148. Fever in the Returned Traveler 149. Malaria in the Returned Traveler 150. Screening of the Asymptomatic Long-term Traveler 151. Persistent Diarrhea in the Returned Traveler 152. Skin Lesions in Returning Travelers 153. Eosinophilia in Migrants and Returned Travelers: A Practical Approach 154. Immigrant Medicine 155. International Adoption 156. Medical Tourism 157. Transplant Patients and Tropical Diseases 158. Delusional Parasitosis Part 11 - Laboratory Diagnosis of Parasitic 159. General Principles 159.1 Preparation of Samples for Morphologic Diagnosis of Parasites in Stool and Urine Specimens 159.2 Examination of Blood, Other Body Fluids, Tissues, and Sputum Part 12: Drugs used in Tropical Medicine 160. Albendazole 161. Artemisinin 162. Benznidazole 163. Dapsone 164. DEC 165. Eflornithine 166. Ivermectin 167. Mebendazole 168. Miltefosine 169. Nifurtimox 170. Nitazoxanide 171. Pentamidine 172. Pentavalent Antimony 173. Praziquantel