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INDEX



Abdominal forms, 212

Abortion, 242

Abscess of liver, diagnosis, 284

of spleen, 240
Absorption of quinine, 335
Action of quinine on parasites, 341
Acute malaria, 184
Administration of quinine, 357
Adult mosquitoes, 81
Aedeomyia, 100
Aedes, 93
Age, 55, 253

and hemoglobinuric fever, 155

and immunity, 53

and pernicious malaria, 141
Agglutinin, 199
Albuminuria, 201
Algid form, 212
Alkaloids of cinchona, 343
Altitude, 45

and hemoglobinuric fever, 158

and mosquitoes, 104
Amaurosis, 210
Amblyopia, diagnosis, 289
Anemia, pathogenesis, 140
Anopheles, 88

breeding places of, 75

crucians, description, 86

maculipennis, description, 84

mosquitoes, 74

punctipennis, description, 85
Anophelinae, 87
Anopheline larvae, 77

ova, 76
Apoplectic form, 208
Apparent death, 207
Appendicitis, 215
Ardent form, 210
Ataxic form, 210



Bacillus malariae, 20
Banti's disease, diagnosis, 287
Beans and hemoglobinuria, 168
Bilious form, 215

remittent fever, and hemoglobin-
uria, 27
diagnosis, 291
Biology of parasites, 113
Biting of mosquitoes, 105
Blackwater fever. See Hemoglobinuric

fever.
Blood, 195, 216, 223

complications, 236

examination, 258
Bone-marrow, pathology, 177, 180, 183
Brain, pathology, 177, 183
Breeding mosquitoes, 109

places, 75
Bulbar symptoms, 208

Cachexia, 237

productive of immunity, 54

treatment, 369
Cacomyia, 10 1
Cancer, complication, 251
Cardialgic form, 214
Cellia, 89

Cerebellar symptoms, 208
Cerebrospinal forms, 204
Change of residence, 53, 60

and hemoglobinuric fever, 158
and pernicious malaria, 143

of type, 139, 188
Children, malaria in, 55, 56, 253

pernicious malaria in, 141

treatment, 371
Chill, description, 184
Choice of preparation, 356
Choleraic form, 214

397



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INDEX



Chronic malaria, 228

treatment, 368
Cinchona, history, 28
Circulatory system, complications, 232

symptoms, 195
Civilization, 61
Classification of mosquitoes, 86

of parasites, 112

of pernicious malaria, 203
Clearing of land, 48
Climate, 38
Clinical history, 184
Colon bacillus, 252
Colors and mosquitoes, 106
Comatose malaria, 204
Complications, 232

of hemoglobinuric fever, 226

treatment, 372
Congenital immunity, 54

malaria, 64
Contra-indications to quinine, 355
Convulsive form, 209
Coquillettidia, 100
Crescents, 231

pyrogenic properties, 147
Culex, 98
Culicella, 97
Culicinae, 87, 90
Culiseta, 98

Cultivation experiments, 129
Cycles of the parasites, 114
Cycloleppteron, 89

Deinocerites, 101
Deinoceritinse, 87, 101
Dendromyia, 103
Destruction of mosquitoes, 305

of parasites, 315
Diabetes, complication, 251
Diagnosis, 256

differential, 284

of hemoglobinuric fever, 289

of pernicious malaria, 287
Diaphoretic form, 214
Differential diagnosis, 284
Disappearance of malaria, 73
Dissection of mosquitoes, no
Dissemination by mosquitoes, 69
Dosage of quinine, 365
Drinking-water, 62



Duration of larval stage, 79
Dysenteric form, 214

Ear complications, 248
Earthquakes, 46
Eclamptic form, 209
Education and prophylaxis, 327
Eggs of mosquitoes, 76, 107
Elimination of quinine, 335
Endemic index, 56
Endocarditis, diagnosis, 284
Endogenous cycle, 114
Epidemics, 63

of hemoglobinuric fever, 37
Error, sources of, 268
Estivo-autumnal infection, symptoms^
190

parasites, 119

differentiation, 121
Etiology, 38

of hemoglobinuric fever, 153

of pernicious malaria, 140
Europeans and hemoglobinuric fever, 29
Examination of blood, 258
Exclusion of mosquitoes, 322
Exflagellation, 117
Exogenous cycle, 123
Exposure, 60

to wind, 49
External etiologic influences, 151
Eye complications, 248

Family predisposition and hemoglo-
binuria, 156

Feeding of mosquitoes, 70, no

Females, susceptibility of, 54

Fertilization of mosquitoes, 70, 107

Fish and prophylaxis, 311

Flagella, 117, 268

Flight of mosquitoes, 105

Food in etiology, 61
of mosquitoes, 70, 104

Gametes, differentiation, 117, 122

estivo-autumnal, 120

quartan, 119

tertian, 117
Gastralgic form, 214
Gastro-intestinal organs, complications,

235



INDEX



399



Gastrointestinal organs, symptoms, 200
Genito-urinary organs, complications,
240

symptoms, 200
Geographic distribution, 31

of hemoglobinuric fever, 34
Glossary of terms, 128
Grabhamia, 97
Ground water, 43, 308
Gymnometopa, 101

Habits of mosquitoes, 104
Haemamceba immaculata, 119
malarias, 118
parva, 119
praecox, 119
quartanse, 118
tertianae, 115
vivax, 115
Haematozoon falciform, 120
Haemocytozoa, 112
Haemogogus, 101
Haemomenas praecox, 119
Hayem's method, 259
Heart, pathology, 177, 180, 183
Hematuria. See Hemoglobinuric jever.
Hemiplegia, 209

Hemoglobinuric fever, complications,
226
diagnosis, 289
etiology, 153

geographic distribution, 34
history, 23
pathogenesis, 160
pathology, 180
prognosis, 297
prophylaxis, 332
quinine and, 26
sequela;, 226
symptoms, 216
treatment, 380
Hemolysin, 199
Hemosiderin, 174
Hibernation of larvae, 107
mosquitoes, 108
ova, 107
parasites, 71
pupae, 108
History of cinchona, 28
of hemoglobinuric fever, 23



History of malaria, 18
Howardina, 101
Human cycle, 114
Hydrophobic form, 209
Hygienic treatment, 365
Hypodermic method, 359

Idiosyncrasy, 156
Imago of mosquitoes, 81
Immunity, 50

congenital, 54
Incubation, 184
Index endemicus, 56
Individual predisposition, 151
Infection, modes of, 63
Influenza, complication, 251

diagnosis, 286
Inheritance of parasites by mosquitoes,

7i
Inoculation, 67
Insecticides, 312

Intestines, pathology, 176, 180, 182
Intravenous method, 363
Introduction, 17
Inundations, 47, 143
Isolation of patients, 327
Isostomyia, 99

Janthtnosoma, 92

Key to mosquitoes, 86

Kidneys, pathology, 176, 179, 182

Killing mosquitoes, 108

Larv^, differentiation, 79

hibernation, 107
Larval stage, duration, 79
Latent malaria, 228

pathogenesis, 139
Laverania malariae, 118

praecox, 119
Leishman's stain, 262
Length of flight of mosquitoes, 105

of life of mosquitoes, 107

of residence, 59, 143, 157
Lepidoplatys, 93
Lepidosia, 92
Leukemia, diagnosis, 287
Leukocytes, 197, 223, 279
Life of mosquitoes, length, 107



400



INDEX



Limatus, 103

Liver, pathology, 175, 178, 181
Localizations of parasites, 150
Lungs, pathology, 176, 180, 183
Lutzia, 97

Malaria upon ships, 49

without mosquitoes, 72
Malaria-bearing mosquitoes, 74
Malarial parasites, 112
Malignant tertian, 191
Marshes, 43
Masked malaria, 232
Megarhinae, 87, 89
Megarhinus, 89
Melanin, 174
Melanoconion, 99
Methods of administration, 357
Methylene-blue, 373
Micraedes, 99

Microscopic examination of blood, 258
Midgut, dissection, no
Mixed infections, 193
Modes of infection, 63
Mononuclear increase, 279
Mortality, 295

of hemoglobinuric fever, 298

of pernicious malaria, 296
Mounting mosquitoes, 109
Mythology and malaria, 18
Myzomyia, 88
Mosquito cycle, 123

larvae, 77

pupae, 80
Mosquitoes as malaria carriers, 22

classification, 86

description of adult, 81

destruction of, 305

hemoglobinuric fever and, 36

hibernation of, 108

list of malaria-bearing, 74

malaria-bearing, 69

Negative results, 277

Negro, 141, 253

Nephritis, 240

Nervous system, complications, 243

symptoms, 202
Nobel prizes, 18



Nocht-Romanowsky stain, 262
Notes of mosquitoes, 105
Nototricha, 89
Number of parasites, 147

Objections to mosquito theory, 72
Occasional causes of hemoglobinuria,

159
Occupation, 60, 143, 159
Ochlerotatus, 93
Odors and mosquitoes, 106
Opium-eating and immunity, 62
Ova, hibernation, 107

of anopheles, 76

of mosquitoes, 107
Overflows, 47, 143
Oviposition of mosquitoes, 107

Palmate hairs of larvae, 78
Parasites, biology, 113

classification, 112

estivo-autumnal, 119

in hemoglobinuric fever, 161

localizations, 150

number, 150

quartan, 118

table of differentiation, 122

tertian, 115
Paroxysm, description, 184
Parthenogametes, 126
Parthenogenesis, 139, 229

in mosquitoes, 107
Parthenogenetic cycle, 114, 124
Pathogenesis, 129

of hemoglobinuric fever, 160

of pernicious malaria, 145
Pathology, 174

of hemoglobinuric fever, 180
Pericardium, pathology, 183
Periodicity, 256
Peritonitis, 215

Pernicious malaria, diagnosis, 287
etiology, 140
prognosis, 295
symptoms, 203
treatment, 378
Perpetuation of parasites, 71
Petroleum in prophylaxis, 309
Phagocytosis, 224



INDEX



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Phoniomyia, 103

Physiologic effects of quinine, 349

Pigment, 278

Plants and malaria, 48

Plasmodium falciparum, 120

immaculatum, 119

malariae, 118

prascox, 119

vivax, 115
Pleurae, pathology, 183
Pneumaculex, 101
Pneumonic form, 211
Positive results, 275
Postmalarial fever, 194
Pregnancy, 55, 242

and quinine, 353
Previous attacks of hemoglobinuric fever,
156

of malaria, 144
Private prophylaxis, 332
Prodromata, 185
Prognosis, 292

of hemoglobinuric fever, 297

of pernicious malaria, 295
Prophylaxis, 302

of hemoglobinuric fever, 332
Psorophora, 90
Psorophorinae, 87, 90
Puerperal septicemia, diagnosis, 285
Puerperium, 55
Pupae, 80

differentiation, 80

hibernation, 108

Quartan infection, symptoms, 189

parasite, 118
Quinine, 334

absorption and elimination, 335

action on parasites, 341

and pregnancy, 353

contra-indications, 355

effect on parasites, 271

in etiology of hemoglobinuric fever, 26,
164

methods of administration, 357

physiologic effects, 349

prophylaxis, 316

substitutes, 372

test, 281
Quotidian estivo-autumnal, 192
26



Race, 50, 253

and hemoglobinuric fever, 154

and pernicious malaria, 141
Rainfall, 41

Rectal administration, 364
Relapse, 228

in pernicious malaria, 207

pathogenesis, 139
Residence, change of, 143, 158

length of, 59, 143, 157
Respiratory system, complications, 233

symptoms, 199
Resting position of larvae, 79

of mosquitoes, 84
Rice culture, 60
Ring forms, differentiation, 123
Romanowsky stain, 261
Rupture of spleen, 239

Sabethes, 103
Sabethoides, 103
Salivary glands, dissection, 11 1
Salt marshes, 45

water and mosquitoes, 75
Schizogonic cycle, 114
Schuffner's dots, 197
Screens, 322
Season, 39

and hemoglobinuric fever, 156

and mosquitoes, 103

and pernicious malaria, 142
Secondary fever, 194
Sequelae, 232

of hemoglobinuric fever, 226
Sex, 54

and hemoglobinuric fever, 155

and pernicious malaria, 141
Ships, malaria on, 49
Sitting position of mosquitoes, 84
Skin complications, 248

symptoms, 202
Smallpox, complication, 252
Social condition, 61, 144
Soil, 42

Solubility of quinine salts, 334
Sources of error, 268
Spleen, abscess of, 240

pathology, 175, 178, 181

rate, 58

rupture of, 239



402



INDEX



Splenic enlargement, pathogenesis, 140
Spodogenous fever, 194
Spontaneous recovery, 292

pathogenesis, 140
Sporogonic cycle, 123
Stegomyia, 93
Stippling, 196

Stomach, pathology, 176, 180, 182
Study of mosquitoes, 108
Substitutes for quinine, 372
Sudoral form, 214
Surgical aspect, 254
Swamps, 43
Symptoms, 184

analysis, 193

of hemoglobinuric fever, 216

of pernicious malaria, 203
Symptomatic treatment, 367
Syncopal form, 214
Syphilis, complication, 252

T^NIOKRHYNCHUS, IOO

Technic of blood examination, 258

of mosquito study, 108
Temperature, atmospheric, 38

and mosquitoes, 103

clinical, 193, 218
Tertian estivo-autumnal, 191

infection, symptoms, 187

parasite, 115
Tetanic form, 209
Texas fever, 162
Theobaldia, 98
Therapeutic test, 281
Thick film process, 268
Thoracic forms, 211
Time of administration, 365
Tinolestes, 99
Topography, 43



Toxin, 130, 151

in hemoglobinuric fever, 163
Treatment, 334

of hemoglobinuric fever, 380

of pernicious malaria, 378
Trees, effect on malaria, 48

in prophylaxis, 309
Trichoprosopon, 102
Trichoprosoponinas, 87, 102
Tuberculosis, complication, 251

diagnosis, 286
Typhoid fever, complication, 250
diagnosis, 285
form, 210

Uninhabited regions, malaria in, 74
Unity of the malarial parasites, 113
Uranotffinia, 102
Uranotseniinae, 87, 102
Urine, 200, 219

Vegetation, 48
Verrallina, 93
Volcanic eruptions, 46

Water, contagion through, 62
Weeds and malaria, 48
Wind, malaria borne by, 48
mosquitoes borne by, 106
Wings of mosquitoes, 83
Wright's stain, 263
Wyeomyia, 103

Yellow fever and hemoglobinuric fever,
28
diagnosis, 291

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of the chest. As is to be expected, treatment is particularly full and practical.
There are chapters on prophylaxis ; open-air treatment, fully illustrated ; diet ;
sanitarium and climatic treatments ; therapeutic measures to alleviate distress-
ing symptoms ; and drug and vaccine therapeutics. There are nearly two hun-
dred original pictures, including twenty in colors and sixty .r-ray photographs.

Maryland Medical journal

" Dr. Bonney's book is one of the best and most exact works on tuberculosis, in all its
aspects, that has yet been published."



Anders and Boston's Diagnosis



A Text=Book of Diagnosis. By James M. Anders, M. D., Ph.D.,
LL. D., Professor of the Theory and Practice of Medicine and of Clinical
Medicine, Medico-Chirurgical College, Philadelphia ; and L. Napoleon
Boston, M. D. ; Adjunct Professor of Medicine, Medico-Chirurgical
College, Philadelphia. Octavo of 1200 pages, with 300 original illus-
trations.

READY IN JULY— FOR THE PRACTITIONER

This new work is designed expressly for the general practitioner. The
methods given are practical and especially adapted for quick reference. The
diagnostic methods are presented in a forceful, definite way by men who have
had wide experience at the bedside and in the clinical laboratory. The text is
profusely illustrated with original pictures, each one representing some point in
technic or some diagnostic sign. It is a work for every practitioner.



THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE



Anders'
Practice of Medicine



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