malariology


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ma·lar·i·ol·o·gy

(mă-lār'ē-ol'ŏ-jē),
A study of malaria in all aspects, with particular reference to epidemiology and control.

malariology

The formal study of malaria. In practice, malariology is subsumed under the global term tropical medicine.

malariology

(mă-lār-ē-ŏl′ō-jē)
The scientific study of malaria.
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Author affiliations: National Institute of Malariology, Parasitology, and Entomology, Hanoi, Vietnam (B.Q.
In July 1957, Ngu' became head of the newly established Malaria Institute (Vien sot ret, VSR) which in 1960 was renamed the Institute of Malariology, Parasitology, and Entomology (VSR-KST-CT).
Bruce-Chwatt's Essential Malariology. Arnold Publishers, London.
The Ross Field Experimental Station for Malaria at Karnal, Punjab was instituted in 1926 by IRFA to further researches in Malariology. Later on his demise on 16th September, 1932, the resolutions of sorrow were passed at the meeting of Scientific Advisory Board and Governing Body of the IRFA in September 1932 and the Obituary of Legendry Sir Ronald Ross was published in the January 1933 issue of the IJMR (1).
Accordingly, we sequenced the full NAT2 gene in 72 unrelated adult Vietnamese volunteers [51 male and 21 female, average age: 29 (18-45) years], sampled at the National Institute of Malariology, Parasitology and Entomology, Hanoi, Vietnam.
Malaria Principles and practise of malariology. Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh, Scotland; 1998, 815-25.
In response to the malaria crisis in the Pacific, an Army School of Malariology was established in the Canal Zone to provide training and advanced instruction to medical and sanitary officers and enlisted technicians, who made up special vector control teams.
Bruce-Chwatt's Essential Malariology, third edition, London, Arnold.
This difference in biological therapy--"White people respond best to tertian malaria (plasmodium vivax); negroes to quartan (plasmodium malariae)"--was acknowledged in the Journal of the National Medical Association and both the syphilology and malariology literature.
(2.) Among the central specialty institutes are the Institute of Malariology, Parasitology and Entomology (IMPE), National Institute of Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases, Institute for Protection of Mothers and Newborn, the Institute for Hygiene and Epidemiology, and the National Institute of Nutrition.