Marchiafava

Mar·chi·a·fa·va

(mahr'kē-ă-fah'vah),
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In 1884, Italian pathologists Ettore Marchiafava and Angelo Celli described intracellular micrococci in cerebrospinal fluid, and in 1887, Anton Wiechselbaum identified the meningococcus (designated as Diplococcus intracellularis meningitidis) in cerebrospinal fluid and established the connection between the organism and epidemic meningitis.
Malaria is a mosquito-borne infectious disease in humans and other animals, caused by apicomplexan parasites that belong to the genus Plasmodium Marchiafava & Celli, 1885.
Colantuoni A, Marchiafava PL, Lapi D, Forini FS, Iervasi G (2005) Effects of tetraiodothyronine and triiodothyronine on hamster cheek pouch microcirculation.
According to a presentation made by school officials and Marchiafava, construction will take place in five phases at all district schools.
See Giovanni Marchiafava, La Convenzione di Pechino del 10 Settembre 2010 sulla Repressioni di Atti Illeciti Relativi All'Aviazione Civile Internazionale (Sept.
DISCUSSION: Although first described by Carducci (1898) in Italian red wine drinkers, the Italian pathologists Marchiafava and Bignami (1903) described a unique alteration of the corpus callosum in three alcoholic patients who died after having seizures and coma.