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Hartmanni went into the limbo. The “pluralists” were practically confined to continental Europe. Brumpt (1949) reaffirms his acceptance (vide supra Brumpt, 1926) of the species rank of E. hartmanni by giving an illustrated description. The species is also accepted by Neveu-Lemaire (1943) and by Piekarski (1954). It was the publication by Sapero et al. ” Their figure (p. 196) is a beautiful demonstration, and should convince the non-mathematical without further explanation. It is here reproduced (Fig.
His subsequent headings are fatigue, headache, nervousness, low-grade afternoon pyrexia and such hepato-biliary symptoms as epigastric fullness after meals, epigastric distress, belching, nausea and sometimes vomiting. A cross-section of any clinical practice would reveal a high proportion of patients presenting with at least part of such a wide gamut of symptomatology, and, in the stools of some of these, quadrinucleate cysts of one species or another, real or imaginary, would be found. The sequel is obvious-in the mind of the Promethean-indoctrinated, busy physician, the symptoms and the cysts are associated.
Histolytica”. He contrasts this with a finding of 30% for normal persons-in Oregon ! 2. Ocular Mangestations Because E. 5 % of 64 cases of chronic chorioretinitis, as against 8 % in cases with other eye conditions and in 9 % of normal persons, Vrancic and Mimica (1959) suggest that E. histolytica might play some role in this condition. Though parasites were not demonstrated in the faeces, oedema of the macula was attributed to amoebiasis by Eggers (1959) because of the prompt response to therapy.