9781444354690

Atlas of Human Infectious Diseases

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  • Edition: 1st
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  • Copyright: 2012-01-11
  • Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

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Summary

The Atlas of Human Infectious Diseases provides a much needed practical and visual overview of the current distribution and determinants of major infectious diseases of humans. The comprehensive full-color maps show at a glance the areas with reported infections and outbreaks, and are accompanied by a concise summary of key information on the infectious agent and its clinical and epidemiological characteristics. Since infectious diseases are dynamic, the maps are presented in the context of a changing world, and how these changes are influencing the geographical distribution on human infections. This unique atlas: Contains more than 145 high quality full-color maps covering all major human infectious diseases Provides key information on the illustrated infectious diseases Has been compiled and reviewed by an editorial board of infectious disease experts from around the world The result is a concise atlas with a consistent format throughout, where material essential for understanding the global spatial distribution of infectious diseases has been thoughtfully assembled by international experts. Atlas of Human Infectious Diseases is an essential tool for infectious disease specialists, medical microbiologists, virologists, travel medicine specialists, and public health professionals. The Atlas of Human Infectious Diseases is accompanied by a FREE enhanced Wiley Desktop Edition - an interactive digital version of the book with downloadable images and text, highlighting and note-taking facilities, book-marking, cross-referencing, in-text searching, and linking to references and glossary terms.

Author Biography

Heiman F.L. Wertheim, MD, PhD

Wellcome Trust Major Overseas Program, Oxford University Clinical Research Unit, National Hospital of Tropical Diseases, Hanoi, Vietnam; Centre for Tropical Medicine, Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine, Oxford University, Oxford, UK

Peter Horby, MBBS, FFPH

Wellcome Trust Major Overseas Program, Oxford University Clinical Research Unit, National Hospital of Tropical Diseases, Hanoi, Vietnam; Centre for Tropical Medicine, Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine, Oxford University, Oxford, UK

John P. Woodall, MA, PhD

ProMED-mail co-founder and Associate Editor; Institute of Medical Biochemistry, Centre for Health Sciences, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (retired)

Table of Contents

Editors, viii

Contributors and Reviewers, ix

Foreword, xv

Preface, xvii

User’s Guide, xix

Abbreviations, xxi

The World, xxii

Section 1: Infectious Disease Drivers, 1

1 Emerging Infectious Diseases, 3

2 Population, 5

3 Urbanization, 7

4 Global Connectivity, 9

5 Human Development, 11

6 Global Peace Index, 13

7 Life Expectancy and Child Mortality, 15

8 Water and Sanitation, 17

9 Undernutrition, 19

10 Climate, 21

11 Forest Cover Change, 23

12 Natural Disasters, 25

13 Antibiotic Use, 27

14 Inherited Blood Disorders and Duffy Antigen, 29

15 Immunization Coverage – DTP3, 31

16 Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus, 33

17 Malaria Vectors, 35

18 Livestock Density, 37

19 Bird Migration, 39

Section 2: Bacterial Infections, 41

20 Anthrax, 43

21 Bartonellosis, Bartonella bacilliformis, 45

22 Bartonellosis, Bartonella quintana, 47

23 Botulism, 49

24 Brucellosis, 51

25 Buruli Ulcer, 53

26 Cholera, 55

27 Diphtheria, 57

28 Donovanosis, 59

29 Ehrlichioses, 61

30 Endemic Treponematosis, 63

31 Haemophilus influenzae Type b, 65

32 Leprosy, 67

33 Leptospirosis, 69

34 Listeriosis, 71

35 Lyme Disease, 73

36 Melioidosis, 75

37 Meningococcal Meningitis, 77

38 Noma, 79

39 Pertussis, 81

40 Plague, 83

41 Pneumococcal Disease, 85

42 Q Fever, 87

43 Rat Bite Fever, 89

44 Relapsing Fever, 91

45 Rickettsioses, Tick-borne, New World, 93

46 Rickettsioses, Tick-borne, Old World, 95

47 Scrub Typhus, 97

48 Streptococcus suis, 99

49 Tetanus, 101

50 Trachoma, 103

51 Tuberculosis, 105

52 Tularemia, 107

53 Typhoid Fever, 109

Section 3: Fungal Infections, 111

54 Blastomycosis, 113

55 Coccidioidomycosis, 115

56 Histoplasmosis, 117

57 Mycetoma, 119

58 Paracoccidioidomycosis, 121

59 Penicilliosis, 123

Section 4: Parasitic Infections, 125

60 Amebiasis, Entamoeba histolytica, 127

61 Anisakidosis, 129

62 Babesiosis, 131

63 Capillariasis, Intestinal, 133

64 Clonorchiasis, 135

65 Cysticercosis, 137

66 Diphyllobothriasis, 139

67 Dracunculiasis, 141

68 Echinococcosis, Echinococcus multilocularis, 143

69 Eosinophilic Meningitis, Angiostrongylus cantonensis, 145

70 Fascioliasis, 147

71 Fasciolopsiasis, 149

72 Filariasis, 151

73 Hookworm, 153

74 Leishmaniasis, Cutaneous and Mucosal, New World, 155

75 Leishmaniasis, Cutaneous and Mucosal, Old World, 157

76 Leishmaniasis, Visceral, 159

77 Loiasis, 161

78 Malaria, Plasmodium falciparum, 163

79 Malaria, Plasmodium knowlesi, 165

80 Malaria, Plasmodium ovale, 167

81 Malaria, Plasmodium vivax, 169

82 Onchocerciasis, 171

83 Opisthorchiasis, 173

84 Paragonimiasis, 175

85 Schistosomiasis, Africa & Americas, 177

86 Schistosomiasis, Asia, 179

87 Strongyloidiasis, 181

88 Trypanosomiasis, African, 183

89 Trypanosomiasis, American, 185

Section 5: Viral Infections, 187

90 Avian influenza (A/H5N1), 189

91 Barmah Forest & Ross River Virus Disease, 191

92 Bunyamwera Viral Fever, 193

93 Bunyavirus Group C Disease, 195

94 California Group Virus Disease, 197

95 Chikungunya Fever, 199

96 Colorado Tick Fever, 201

97 Crimean–Congo Hemorrhagic Fever, 203

98 Dengue, 205

99 Eastern Equine Encephalitis, 207

100 Ebola and Marburg Virus Disease, 209

101 Hantaviral Disease, New World, 211

102 Hantaviral Disease, Old World, 213

103 Hendra and Nipah Virus, 215

104 Hepatitis A, 217

105 Hepatitis B, 219

106 Hepatitis C, 221

107 Hepatitis E, 223

108 Human Immunodeficiency Virus, 225

109 Human T-Lymphotropic Virus 1, 227

110 Japanese Encephalitis, 229

111 Lassa Fever, 231

112 Mayaro Fever, 233

113 Measles, 235

114 Monkeypox, 237

115 Mumps, 239

116 O’nyong-nyong Virus Disease, 241

117 Oropouche Virus Disease, 243

118 Poliomyelitis, 245

119 Rabies, 247

120 Rift Valley Fever, 249

121 Rotaviral Enteritis, 251

122 Rubella, 253

123 Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, 255

124 Sindbis Fever, 257

125 Tacaribe Complex Virus Disease, 259

126 Tick-borne Encephalitis, 261

127 Variant Creutzfeldt–Jakob Disease, 263

128 Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis, 265

129 Western Equine Encephalitis, 267

130 West Nile Fever, 269

131 Yellow Fever, 271

132 Zika Fever, 273

Index, 275

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