Human Disease with Natural Foci – Pavlovsky (Ed.)

In this post, we will see the book Human Diseases With Natural Foci edited by Y. N. Pavlovsky.

About the book

This book contains an outline of the basic concepts of the theory of human diseases with natural foci, with a detailed summary of contemporary data on tick borne encephalitis, Siberian tick typhus, tick borne relapsing fever, leptospiroses, tularemia, and leishmaniases Field and laboratory research techniques, as well as methods of prevention and control, are described.

The book is intended as a manual for epidemiologists, microbiologists, virologists, parasitologists, physicians employed at anti-epidemic stations, medical arachno-entomologists, and teachers at medical institutes.

The book was translated from Russian by D. Rottenberg and was published in 1957 by Foreign Languages Publishing House.

Original scan by DLI.

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The Current Status of the Theory of Natural Focality of Human Diseases by Academician Y N Pavlovsky

Tick Borne Encephalitis by Academician Y. N. Pavlovsky, P. A. Petrishcheva M. V. Shekhanov and Z. M. Zhmayeva

Asian Tick Typhus by S. P. Piontkovskaya and O. S. Korshunova

Tick Borne Relapsing Fever by Academician Y. N. Pavlovsky

Leptospiroses by V. Ananyin and E Karasyov

Tularemia by N. Olsufyev

Leishmaruases by P. Petrishcheva D. Zasukhin and V. Safyanova

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