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THE ANIMAL PARASITES OF MAX



INDEX.



A.



ABDOMEN, malignant growth, in, with
ascites, Leydenia gemmipara associated
with, 49, 50

Abdominal and pelvic organs, blood-supply
of, as illustrating distribution of
Schistosoma hcematobium in body, 272

operation wound, escape of Ascariden

from, 654, 655

Abscess cavities, larvae of Sarcophaga wohl-
fahrti from, 723

in filariasis, 401

Abscesses, cutaneous, due to Lagocheilas-
caris minor, 467

Abyssinians, infection with Tcenia saginata,
340

Acanthiadce, characters, 534

Acanthia lectularia, see Cimex lectularius

Acanthobothrium coronatum, excretory ves-
sels, 292

Acanthocephala, 475

development of, 17

- isolated position of, 20

life spent in intermediate and final host,

18

- loss of digestive system in, 3

morphology, 475
Acanthocheilonema, morphology, 414

perstans, geographical distribution, 416

in South America, 416

morphology, 414

topographical distribution, 416
Acarina, characters and morphology, 484

- hosts, habitat and food of (and footnote),

484

Acartomyia, characters, 564
Acarus dysenterice, 512

hordei, cereal mite, 489
Accessory sinuses, nasal, larvae in, 717
Acephalina often " coelomic " parasites, 134
Acid alcohol in differentiation of flukes, 471
Acinetaria, 198

Acne, lesions resembling, set up by Sparga-

num proliferum, 318
Acoleince, vagina atrophied in, 297
Actinomyxidia, 129, 187
Adams, skin disease caused by larvae of

Dermatobia noxialis, 725
Addario, Filaria (?) conjunctives in man,

405

Adelea, 141
Adeleidea, 141, 742
Adie, Mrs., life-cycle of Hcemoproteus (Hal-

teridium) columbce, 152
^Edeomyia, characters, 565



^Edeomyina, characters, 564
JMes, characters, 564

Africa, larvae of Muscidce causing myiasis
in man in (footnote), 590

Sduth, farm stock in, attacked by Hya-

lomma cegyptium, 501, 502

- West, French, cause of myiasis in, 614

geographical distribution of Oncho-
cerca volvulus in, 419

Agamofilaria, 406

georgiana, habitat, 406

morphology, 406

labialis, morphology, 407

oculi humani, 405, 406

- palpebralis, 405, 406
Agamomermis, 470

restiformis, morphology, 470
Agglutinating hasmolytic action of serum of

ancylostome patients, 648

Ahmed Emin, small variety of Plasmodium
vivax, 166

Air-passages, invasion by larvae of screw-
worm fly (Chrysomyia macellaria), 587

by Metastrongylus apri, 433

upper, Ascarides in, 690

- danger of, 691

- how introduced, 690
- leeches in, 699, 700

Aitken, Porocephalus constrictus, 526

Akamushi, see Kedani mite

Akaneesch, see Kedani mite

Alcohol, application in nasal myiasis, 719

Aleppo button, see Oriental sore

Aleurobius (Tyroglyphus) farince, charac-
ters of, 511

Alexeieff, Chilomastix (Tetramitus) mesnili,
735

on genus Giardia, 736

views on trichomonad cysts, 56
Alimentary canal of Hirudinea, 480

tract, spirochaetes in, 741
Allessandri, haemolytic action of ancylo-

stomes, 647

Allocreadium isoporum, excretory appara-
tus, 218

Alum solution in nasal myiasis, 719

Amaurosis following male fern poisoning,
671

Amblyomma americana, geographical distri-
bution, 501

objects of attack, 501

suppuration resulting from punctures
of, 501

cayennense, characters, 500

geographical distribution, 501
ill-effects from attacks of, 501



INDEX



S 37



Amblyomma cayennense, synonyms, 500

characters of, 497

hebroeum (bout tick) carrier of heart-

water fever in sheep, 493

- life-cycle of, 495

maculatum, 501

America, North, amount of prevalence of
trichinosis in, 428

South, geographical distribution of

Acanthocheilonema perstans in, 416
Amicis, de, infection with Demodex follicu-

lorum, 708
Amoeba buccalis, 44, 734

- coli, 31

- dentalis, 44, 734

diaphana, 31

dysenterias, 31

- fluida, 46

gingivalis, 44, 734

lobosa, var. guttula, var. oblonga, 31

miurai, 46

characters, 46

reticularis, 31

spinosa, 31

- urogenitalis, 45

- vermicularis , 31

Amoebae, bodies resembling, found in serous
fluid, 46

- cerebral abscess set up by, 35

- cultural, 42, 618

- culture media for, 742, 743

experimental injection of, in cats pro-

ducing dysentery, 35

- producing enteritis, 36, 37

- experiments with, 618

- found in faeces, 47, 48

- in lung, 45

in urine, 45, 46

- intestinal, association with colitis, 30

causal agent in production of dysen-
tery, 30

experiments made to
prove, 30

culture medium for, 743

discovery in case of dysentery, 29, 30

- in stools, 30

encysted, 31

- human, 29

discovery of, 29

- ingestion of red blood corpuscles by,
35, 39, 42

- invading bladder, 46

- liver abscess set up by, 35

- penetration of intestinal blood-vessels

by, 36

- phagedsenic, 733

- pulmonary abscess set up by, 35

testaceous (Monothalamia), characters

of, 47

Amoebic dysentery, 618
Amcebina, characters and habitat, 27
Amoeboid germs in pseudonavicellae, 130
Amcebosporidia, 130
Amoebulae, 34, 49. 183, 185

- formation of, 34
Amphimerus, 267



! Amphimerus noverca, habitat, 258

morphology, 257, 258

synonyms, 258

, Amphistomata, morphology, 230

Anaemia, case of, effect of expulsion of
Tcenia solium on, 648

in ancylostomiasis, treatment, 687

of dourine, 97

- period of, in liver-fluke disease in sheep,.

240

- pernicious, symptoms disappearing after

expulsion of Ascaridoe, 649

- proteid metabolism in, 645

splenic, infantile, see Kala-azar, infan-

tile
see also Ancylostome anosmia

see also Bothriocephalus ancemia

see also Trichocephalus ancemia

Anal canal, means of access of Schistosoma

hoematobium to, -272
1 Anaplasma, 180

marginale, 180, 611

cause of gall-sickness in cattle, 180

Ancylostoma braziliense, 456

caninum, 456

ceylanicum, habitat, 456

morphology, 456

characters, 445

duodenale and Strongyloides stercoralis*

larvae of, differences Between, 451

buccal capsule, 445

- bursa, 448, 449, 450

cephalic glands, '447

- cervical papillae, 447

development, 451

diagrammatic representation of male
and female, 446

embryos, 451

excretory system and cervical glands,
447

diagrammatic representa-
tion, 448

- food, 450

genital cone, 450

geographical distribution, 450

- habitat, in man only, 450

- infection by, 682

- mocles of, 683

must be on large scale to produce
illness, 682

see also Ancylostomiasis

invading frontal sinus, 683

larvae of, bionomics of development,
453, 454

infection by skin, 454, 455

in dogs, 455

infective stage, 454

method of cultivation, 455

mode of entry into body, 454

morphology, 451, 452, 453

- stages, 451, 452

thigmotropism in mature stage, 454

- lateral lines, 448

morphology, 445

number of females present in intes-
tine, mode of reckoning (footnote), 454



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THE ANIMAL PARASITES OF MAN



Ancylostoma duodenale, cesophageal glands,
447

organs of Necator americanus com-
pared with those of, 458

ova of, 451

ovaries, 449

spicules, 450
- testis, 449

ventral teeth, 446, 447

larvae of, cultivation, 474

malayanicum, 456

pluridentatum, 456

Ancylostome anaemia, etiology, 647, 648

experimental, 646

retinal haemorrhages in, 646

toxic hypothesis, 646, 647

treatment, 687

Ancylostomece, 445

Ancylostomes, expulsion of, drugs for, 685,
686

toxic action on hosts, 647
Ancylostomiasis, agglutinating haemolytic

action of serum of patients, 648

eosinophilia in, 647

morbid anatomy, 459

prophylaxis against, 684

- in miners, 684

proteid destruction in, 647

symptoms, 683

set up by invasion by Hcemonchus
contortus mistaken for those of, 438

treatment, 754
Ancylostomince, 438

Andrews, Oxyuris in appendix, 655
AngiostomidcB, 374, 379

Angiostomum nigrovenosum, heterogony
in, 381

male of rhabditic form, 370
mode of generation, 372

Angola, highlands of, uncertain species of

Ascaris occurring in, 465
Anguillula, 379

aceti found in vinegar, 379
morphology, 379

occurrence in urine, 379

intestinalis and A. stercoralis, see

Strongyloides stercoralis

mucronata, 377
Anguillulidoe, 377

hosts of, 374

morphology, 374
Anguillulina, 379

putrefaciens living in onions, 379
synonyms, 379

Animal matter, decomposing, Tyrogli-phidoe

in, 511
Animals, mites living endoparasitically in,

491

Ankylorhynchus, characters, 563
Annaratone, pseudomeningitis due to

AscaridoR infection, 649
Anopheles and Culex, larvae of, position in

water compared, 554

ova of, method of depositing com-
pared, 554

- points of difference between, 551



Anopheles bifurcatus, ova of, localities
selected for deposition, 553

characters, 561, 566

claviger, mouth parts, 550

development of human malarial parasite

only takes place in, 158, 159

entire genus capable of transmitting

malaria to man, 552

head of male and female, 549, 556

- only genus of mosquito transmitting
malaria, 158

ova of, 557, 558

maculipennis, 552

breeding places of, 557

Crithidia inhabiting, 104

intestine of, stages of development of

pernicious or malignant tertian para-
sites in, 162

larva of, 553

ova of, localities selected for deposi-
tion, 553
- pupa of, 554

sporulation stages of malarial para-
sites from, 163

stomach of, oocysts and ookinetes of

malignant tertian parasite in, 162, 163

transverse section through proboscis,

550

Anophelines, genera of (footnotes), 562, 563

larvae of, destruction in prevention of

malaria, 636

number of species, 552

ova of, best known, 559
Anoplura, 532

see also PediculidcR

Antelope tolerant to trypanosomes, 69

Trypanosoma gambiense in, 76

T. rhodesiense in, 69, 70

Anterior station in Glossina of a trypano-

some, 101

! Anthomyia desjardensii, cause of intestinal
and cutaneous myiasis, 585

pluvialis, larvae of, 584

scalaris, maggots of, passed from

urethra, 728
Anthomyidce, flies belonging to, attacking

man, 611

Anthrax transmitted by Stomoxys, 610
Antimony, use in sleeping sickness, 623

and atoxyl, combined, in sleeping sick-

ness, 622
Anus, exit of Oxyuris vermicularis from,

467
- prolapse of, set up by migrations of

Oxyuris vermicularis, 695
Aphaniptera (fleas), characters, 543

see also Fleas

Aphides (or plant lice) (footnote), 532

said to have been passed in human

urine (footnote), 532
Aphiochceta ferruginea, 582, 583

characters, 583

geographical distribution, 583

larvae (maggots) of, 583

Aponomma, characters of, 497

hosts of, 497



INDEX



Apoplexy cause of death in first period of
liver-fluke disease in sheep, 240

Appendicitis, association of Oxyuris venni-
cularis with, 467

- in relation to intestinal parasites, views

of authors regarding, 652, 653, 654, 655

relationship of Oxyuridce to, 698
Appendicostomy in gangrenous dysentery,

619

Appendix vermiformis, ascaris in, causing
intestinal obstruction, 654

- bilharziasis of, 642

intestinal parasites invading, authors
recording cases of, 652

Oxyuris in, 654, 655

- perforation by Ascaris, rarity of, 655,
656

trichocephali in, 655
Aptera, 531
Apterygota, 531
Arachnoidea, characters, 483, 484

- orders of (footnote), 484

- relation to Linguatulidce, 19
Aradidce, characters, 541
Aragao, on Chlamydozoa, 209

on Heemoproteus, 152

on leucocytogregarines in birds, 155
Archigetes, attains maturity in lower

animals, 21

stage of sexual maturity, 305
Argantince and Ixodince, distinguishing fea-
tures between, 505

- characters of, 496
Argas brumpti, 507

chinche, 508

persicus, 506

appearance of Spirochceta gallinarum
in hsemocoelic fluid of, 119

- bite of, serious effects, 507

- blood-sucking, 507

- granules in digestive tract of, 507

- hosts of, 507

- transmission of Spirochceta gallina-
rum by, 119

reflexus, bite of, symptoms set up by,

506

blood-sucking habits of, 506

geographical distribution, 506

- habitat, 506

- vitality of, 506

species of, Neumann's table, 505
Arilus carinatus, 542

Avion sp., scolex of cysticercoid from, with
excretory vessels outlined, 292

Armadillo, possible reservoir of Trypano-
soma cruzi, 87

Arribalzagia, characters, 562, 568

Arsenic and glycero-phosphates in bronchial
spirochsetosis, 633

in sleeping sickness, 622, 623

in treatment of nagana, 94
Arsenious acid in bronchial spirochsetosis,

633

Arseno-phenyl-glycin in sleeping sickness,
623



Arseno-phenyl-glyciu, resistance of Try-
panosoma lewisi to, how lost, 93

Arslan, experimental ancylostome anaemia,
646

Artault, Entamceba pulmonalis, 45

Arthropoda, 483

natural flagellates of, 104

- pebrine bodies or Microsporidia in, 184

segmented structure of, 483

skin of, how hardened (footnote), 483
Artyfechinostomum, morphology, 269

sufrartyfex, 753

morphology, 269
Ascariasis, diagnosis, 692

- Epstein's method, 692
Ascaridce, 375, 461

chemically toxic effects of, 650

epidermal cells, isolated, of (footnote).

361

expulsion of, favourable effects of, 649,

650

infection by, causing pseudomeningitis*

649, 650
Ascarides causing constipation, 657

intestinal obstruction, 657

escape from abdominal operation wound.

655

from inguinal tumour, 656

from umbilicus, 656

evacuation in enormous numbers, 657

expulsion of, drugs for, 692

female, depositing ova in liver, 689

in bile-ducts, 688, 689

in pulmonary artery, 656

in upper air-passages, 690
danger of, 691

- how introduced, 690

infection by, prophylaxis against, 692

invading urinary passages, 692

invasion of, causing liver abscess, 690

massive accumulation causing occlusion

of intestine, 657
Ascarince, 461
Ascaris causing perforative peritonitis, 656:

characters, 461

in appendix causing intestinal obstruc-

tion, 654

- in peritoneal cavity, 656

- lacks intermediate host, 21

lumbricoides , distribution world-wide,

463
excretory apparatus, 367

expulsion of, 754

- hosts of, 464
infection by, 687

experimental, 464, 465

- mode of, 464, 465

symptoms, 688

injury inflicted by, depends on num-

ber in host, 8, 9

male, hind end, 371

transverse section through pos-
terior extremity of body, 370

method of keeping alive, 754

- migration from small intestine to-
other parts of body, 464



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THE ANIMAL PARASITES OF MAN



Ascaris lurnbricoides, morphology, 463

- names by which known in antiquity,
464

normal habitat, small intestine, 464

organs of, 463

- ova of, 463

- prevalence in young children in tem-
perate climates, 464

self-infection with, on part of experi-
menter, 464, 465

sites of body invaded by, 687, 688

transverse section showing organs,
diagram of, 362

through, diagram showing, 364

- unrecognized Dioctophyme gigas in
man traced to, 431

maritima, 465

- megalocephala, nervous system, schema-

tic representation, 365

"tuft-like" or " phagocytic " organs,
362

ova of, in pus in case of abscess of

omentum, 657

perforation of intestine by, 656

following diseased processes, 656

- sp., 465

texana, 465

Ascites and abdominal malignant growth,
Leydenia gemmipara associated with,
49,' 50

association of Leydenia gemmipara

with, 49

chylous, from Filaria bancrofti infec-

tion, 678

set up by invasion of ova of Schistosoma

japonicum, 282
Ascitic fluid in cultivation of Treponema

pallidum, 125, 126
Askanazy, mode of infection by Opisthorchis

felineus, 254

post-mortem discoveries of Opisthorchis

felineus, 253

- Trichuris trichiura, 420

Asphyxia following invasion of upper air-
passages by Ascarides, 691

Aspidogaster attains maturity in lower
animals, 21

Asses, nagana fatal to, 94

Atoxyl and antimony combined in sleeping
sickness, 622

in Indian kala-azar, 626

in infantile kala-azar, 627

- in sleeping sickness, 622, 623

- Trypanosoma rhodesiense resistant to, 78
Atractonema gibbosum, habitat, 4

- peculiar characters of females, 5
Auchmeromyia (B en g alia) depressa as cause

of myiasis externa, 724

" larva of Natal," characters, 591

- luteola, 593, 594

characters, 594

geographical distribution, 594

- larva of (Congo floor maggot), 593, 594

how destroyed, 594

- life-history, 614



Auditory meatus, larvae penetrating, 721
external, infected with Ehinospori-
dium, 195, 196

Austen, Chironomidce described by, 580

description of larva of Uchromyia

anthropophaga (footnote), 590, 591

myiasis due to Sarcophaga, 590

i Autopsies at Tomsk, human parasite;; most
frequently found at, 253

occurrence of Linguatula rhinaria at, 526



BABES, A., cases of transmission of Demodex
folliculorum canis infection to man, 709

- Filaria (?) conjunctive in man, 405
Babesia, 155, 172, 173, 174, 177

- bigcrnina, geographical distribution of,

177

- bovis, causal agent of "Texas fever"

or " red-water fever " in cattle, 173

cause of infectious haemoglobin uria in
cattle, 177

transmission of , by Ixodex ricinus-,177

- caballi, 177, 178

cause of biliary fever in equines, 177

geographical distribution of, 177
transmitting agent, 178

canis and B. bovis, life-cycle in tick,

stages of, 176, 177

agents of transmission, 177

cause of malignant jaundice in dogs,
177

cultivation in vitro by Bass's method,
172, 177

- life-cycle in infected blood of dog, 175

distribution of chromatin in, 176

diver gens, cause of European red-water

fever in cattle, 177

geographical distribution of, 177

- morphology and hosts of, 174

muris, morphology, 178

nuclear phenomena in species of, 176

ovis, agent of transmission of, 177

cause of " carceag " in sheep, 177

- geographical distribution of, 177

transmitting agent, 177

- parasites of red blood corpuscles of mam-

mals, 154

- pithed, 178

species of, 177

synonyms (see Piroplasma), 174

- tick borne, 176

development in, 176
Babesiasis, symptoms of, 178

treatment of, 178

Baboon serum, action on Trypanosoma

rhodesiense, 80
Bacillus lymphangiticus, 755
Baelz, prophylaxis against kedani, 703
Baer, C. E. von, views as to origin of

cercarise, 12

Bagdad sore, parasite of, supposed inter-
mediate host, 575
Bahr, filariasis in Fiji, 401, 403
Baker, larvae of Aphiochceta ferruginea, 583



INDEX



841



Balantidiasis, see Dysentery, balantidian or

dilate
Balantidium, 200

- coli, 200, 201

- dysentery associated with, 202, 203,
637

geographical distribution, 201

- habitat in body, 201

- hosts of, 7, 202

- in man, cases recorded, 201

- morphology, 200

transmission, 202

- giganteum, see Nyctotherus giganteus

minutum, 204

- habitat in body, 204

in diarrhoea, 204

morphology, 204

morphology, 200

- reproduction of, 200

Balbiani, infection by Dioctophyme gigas,
432

- researches 011 silkworm disease, 184
Baleri, causal agent of, 95

Balfour, A., coccoid bodies of Treponema
pallidum, 124, 125

granules in digestive tract of Argus
persicus, 507

Balfour, A., and Sambon, researches on

Spirochceta granulosa, 116
Balsam of Peru, application in scabies, 707
in crab louse infection, 712

- in head louse infection, 710

- in nasal myiasis, 719

- permanent mounting agent for flukes, 471
Balzer and Schimpff, unusual situation of

Sarcophaga larvae, 723

Barbagallo, case of dermatitis set up by
Oxyuris vermicularis , 696

method of evacuation of Oxyuridce, 697
Barbeiro, parasite causing, 537

Barbel disease, cause of, 184

Barkan, nematode in human eye, 412

Barlow, Craigia hominis, 734

Barth, pseudomeuingitis following infection

by Trichocephalus dispar, 650
Basile, experiments showing that infantile

leishmaniasis is transmitted by ileas, 111

transmission of canine kala-azar by dog

fleas, 103

Bass, C. C., cultivation of malarial para-
sites, 170

Bass and Hall, detection of ancylostome
eggs, 473

Bass and Johns on Entamoeba buccalis, 43

treatment of oral endamoebiasis, 620
Bass's method, cultivation of Babesia (Piro-

plasma) cam's by, in vitro, 172, 177

- of malarial parasites, 170, 171, 172
Bastianelli, mosquitoes in relation to human

malaria, 158

Bat parasites (Streblidce), 611
Baths, luke-warm, in trichinosis, 681
Beattie on Rhinosporidium from Madras,

197
Pecker, trichocephalus anaemia, 651



Beclere, method of extraction of Dracuncu-

lus medinensis, 390
Bed bug, development of Leishmunia tropica

in, 108

- probable agent of transmission of
kala-azar, 107

- Texas or Mexican, see Conorhinus san-
guisuga

see also Cirnex (Acanthia) lectularia
Bee parasites (Braulidoe), 611

Bees, microsporidiosis, due to Nos,ema apis,

in, 185
Beetle, intermediate host of Echinorhynchus

moniliformis , 478

Begoniu, Oxyuris in appendix, 654
Behrenroth, prevention and treatment of

balantidian dysentery, G37
Belascaris, morphology, 463

cati, morphology, 466

ovarian tube, transverse section
through, 369

transverse section through head part
of, 466

marginata, morphology, 466
Beneden, van, on commensals, 6
Bentley, beta-naphthol in expulsion of

ancylostomes, 687

Benzine and petroleum in crab louse infec-
tion, 712

and water enemata in Trichuris trichiura

infections, 680

enemata in arrest of trichinosis, 681

- high injections of, in evacuation of
Oxyuridce to be avoided, 698

inhalations in nasal myiasis, 719
Bergmann, operation results of cysticercus

of brain, 665

Scolopendra in frontal sinus, 721
Berlin, number of oxen, sheep, and pigs

slaughtered in, infected, 346

of pigs found trichinous in, 430

oxen infected with Cysticercus bovis in,

341

Berti, cause of ancylostome anaemia, 648
Bertramia, 194, 195
Bertrand, scolopendra in maxillarv sinus,

721
Beta-naphthol in expulsion of ancylostomes,

687

ointment in copra itch, 513

Bete rouge, undescribed species of Leptus,

486
Betten, Caligus curtus invading cornea

(footnote), 483
Big game reservoirs of nagana, 94

of Trypanosoma rhodexiense, 69

trypanosomes innocuous to, 70
Bignami, mosquitoes in relation to human

malaria, 158

Bile, preservation of ova of flukes in, 472
Bile-ducts, Ascarides in, 688, 639

- in results of, 689, 690

habitat of Clonorchis sinensis, 259

| human, thickened and dilated, Amphi-
merus noverca found in, 258

inhabited by Metorchis truncatus, 262



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Bile-ducts, invasion by Clonorchis sinensis,
641

- pathological changes in, set up by

Clonorchis endemicus, 260, 261

and liver, habitat of Clonorchis endemi-

cus, 259, 260
Bilharz, discovery of Hymcnolepis nana, 323

Porocephalus constrictus, 526
Bilharzia Mission, report of, 277
Bilharziasis, diagnosis, 643

prognosis, 643

- prophylaxis against, 644

- regions of body affected by, 642, 643
symptoms, 641

mainly urinary, 641

- treatment, 643

Biliary fever in equines, cause of, 177
Billings, percentage of rats infected with
trichinella, 427

proportion of trichiuous pigs found by,

428

Binotia, characters, 565
Bird epithelioma contagiosum, 207
Birds, blood of, Halteridium parasites occur

in, 151

development of Plasmodium relictum in,

170

endoglobular parasites, similar to mala-

rial, in, discovery of, 157

experimental infection with herpeto-

monads, 739

herpetomonads in blood of, 739

malaria in, spread by mosquito, 158



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