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Titel: The Cambridge Historical Dictionary of Disease

ISBN: 0521530261
EAN: 9780521530262
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von Kenneth F. Kiple
CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR

Juni 2003 - kartoniert - 428 Seiten

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The Cambridge World History of Human Disease (CWHHD) was first published by Cambridge in 1993. The last section of the work comprises a history and description of the world's major diseases of yesterday and today in chapters organized alphabetically from "Acquired Immune Deficient Syndrome (AIDS)" to "Yellow Fever."

Inhaltsverzeichnis

1. Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS); 2. African Trypanosomiasis (Sleeping Sickness; 3. Ainhum; 4. Alzheimer's disease; 5. Amebic dysentery n; 6. Anemia; 7. Anorexia Nervosa; 8. Anthrax; 9. Apoplexy and Stroke; 10. Arboviruses; 11. Arenaviruses; 12. Arthritis (rheumatoid); 13. Ascariasis; 14. Bacillary dysentery; 15. Beriberi; 16. The Black Death; 17. Black and brown lung disease; 18. Bleeding disorders; 19. Botulism; 20. Brucellosis (Malta Fever, Undulant Fever); 21. Bubonic plague; 22. Cancer; 23. Carrion's disease (Oroya fever); 24. Catarrh; 25. Cestode infection; 26. Chagas' disease; 27. Chlorosis; 28. Cholera; 29. Cirrhosis; 30. Clonorchiasis; 31. Croup; 32. Cystic Fibrosis; 33. Cytomegalovirus infection; 34. Dengue; 35. Diabetes; 36. Diarrheal diseases (Acute); 37. Diphtheria; 38. Down Syndrome; 39. Dracunculiasis; 40. Dropsy; 41. Dysentery; 42. Dyspepsia; 43. Ebola virus disease; 44. Echinococcosis (Hydatidosis); 45. Eclampsia; 46. Emphysema; 47. Encephalitis Lethargica; 48. Enterobiasis; 49. Epilepsy; 50. Ergotism; 51. Erysipelas; 52. Fascioliasis; 53. Fasciolopsiasis; 54. Favism; 55. Filariasis; 56. Fungus infections (Mycoses); 57. Fungus poisoning; 58. Gallstones (Cholelithiasis); 59. Gangrene; 60. Genetic disease Eric J. Devor; 61. Giardiasis; 62. Glomerulonephritis (Bright's disease); 63. Goiter; 64. Gonorrhea; 65. Gout; 66. Heart-related diseases; 67. Herpes Simplex; 68. Herpesviruses; 69. Histoplasmosis; 70. Hookworm infection; 71. Huntington's disease (Chorea); 72. Hypertension; 73. Infectious hepatitis; 74. Infectious Mononucleosis 75. Inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn's Disease, Ulcerative, Colitis); 76. Influenza; 77. Japanese B Encephalitis; 78. Lactose intolerance and malabsorption; 79. Lassa fever; 80. Lead poisoning 81. Legionnaires' disease (Legionellosis, Pontiac Fever, Legionella Pneumonia); 82. Leishmaniasis; 83. Leprosy (Hansen's disease); 84. Leptospirosis 85. Leukemia; 86. Lupus Erythematosus; 87. Lyme Borreliosis (Lyme Disease) 88. Malaria; 89. Marburg virus disease; 90. Mastoiditis; 91. Measles; 92. Meningitis; 93. Milk sickness (tremetol poisoning); 94. Multiple Sclerosis; 95. Mumps; 96. Muscular dystrophy; 97. Myasthenia Gravis; 98. Nematode infection; 99. Onchocerciasis; 100. Ophthalmia (trachoma, conjunctivitis); 101. Osteoarthritis; 102. Osteoporosis; 103. Paget's disease of Bone; 104. Paragonimiasis; 105. Parkinson's disease (Parkinsonism); 106. Pellagra; 107. Periodontal disease (Pyorrhea); 108. Pica; 109. Pinta; 110. Plague of Athens; 111. Pneumocystis pneumonia (interstitial plasma cell pneumonia, pneumocystosis); 112. Pneumonia; 113. Poliomyelitis; 114. Protein-energy malnutrition; 115. Protozoan infection; 116. Puerperal fever; 117. Q fever; 118. Rabies; 119. Relapsing fever; 120. Rheumatic fever and Rheumatic heart disease; 121. Rickets and Osteomalacia; 122. Rickettsial diseases; 123. Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and related diseases; 124. Rubella; 125. Saint Anthony's Fire 126. Scarlet fever; 127. Schistosomiasis; 128. Scrofula; 129. Scurvy; 130. Sickle-Cell Anemia; 131. Smallpox; 132. Streptococcal diseases; 133. Strongyloidiasis; 134. Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS); 135. Sudden unexplained death syndrome (Asian SUDS); 136. Sweating sickness 137. Syphilis; 138. Syphilis, nonvenereal; 139. Tapeworm infection; 140. Tay-Sachs disease; 141. Tetanus; 142. Tetanus, neonatal; 143. Tetany; 144. Toxoplasmosis; 145. Trematode infection; 146. Trench fever; 147. The Treponematoses; 148. Trichinosis; 149. Trichuriasis; 150. Tuberculosis; 151. Tularemia; 152. Typhoid fever; 153. Typhomalarial fever; 154. Typhus, epidemic; 155. Typhus, Murine; 156. Typhus, scrub (Tsutsugamushi); 157. Urolithiasis; 158. Varicella-Zoster virus disease (Chickenpox); 159. Whooping cough; 160. Yaws; 161. Yellow fever.

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'... it is full of fascinating snippets ... Put the entries together and you get a fine historical perspective from which to judge the panic over the 'global threat' posed by Sars or the risk posed by 'infectious immigrants.' Health Service Journal 'Written for a wide audience, including health professionals and the general reader, this dictionary offers a clear understanding and intriguing history of human disease ... an easy, accessible style ... '. Reference Reviews '... the book is readable and provides a good introduction to the topics. The information is accessible and does not require prior knowledge. It can also be useful to have a potted history of disease in one volume. In terms of readership, it should be an excellent source for family historians and genealogists who would like to know more about the diseases suffered by their ancestors.' Annals of Human Biology '... readers ... will effortlessly acquire a reliable basic understanding of each disease as it exists today, and of its emergence onto the biomedical stage ... readers ... particularly students, find themselves better prepared to tackle more complex and more specialized texts.' British Journal for the History of Science
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