LE WE PMID CA
Amoebiasis129Amoebiasis

Amoebiasis

1982  
1
1987  
2
Ameba-bacterium relationship in amebiasis.
[2885733] Microbiol Rev 51(2): 272-84 (1987)
2009  
3
Host-microbe interactions and defense mechanisms in the development of amoebic liver abscesses.
[19136434] Clin Microbiol Rev 22(1): 65-75, Table of Contents (2009)
2003  
4
Laboratory diagnosis of amebiasis.
[14557296] Clin Microbiol Rev 16(4): 713-29 (2003)
2002  
5
Cultivation of pathogenic and opportunistic free-living amebas.
[12097243] Clin Microbiol Rev 15(3): 342-54 (2002)
2000  
6
Pathogenesis of intestinal amebiasis: from molecules to disease.
[10756002] Clin Microbiol Rev 13(2): 318-31 (2000)
1992  
7
1971  
8
Pathogenesis of amoebiasis.
[4326292] Gut 12(6): 483-6 (1971)
1980  
9
Amebiasis: unusual radiographic manifestations.
[6779534] AJR Am J Roentgenol 135(6): 1253-7 (1980)
1995  
10
Neuroimaging findings in rare amebic infections of the central nervous system.
[7611077] AJNR Am J Neuroradiol 16(4 Suppl): 930-5 (1995)
2008  
11
2003  
12
2010  
13
What is the most accurate method in the diagnosis of amebic dysentery?
[20549888] Turk J Gastroenterol 21(1): 87-90 (2010)
PMC   
14
Ameboma: a colon carcinoma-like lesion in a colonoscopy finding.
[24403882] Case Rep Gastroenterol 7(3):438-41 (2013)

Downloaded from http://www.kidney.de - The Database of Free Medical Reviews - The Metatextbook of Medicine - Ossip Groth

All Medline data shown were primarily retrieved from MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.



Search PubMed and many other databases on the combined search terms

GG: amoebiasis
GG: amebiasis
GG: amoeba
GG: ameba

  • Amoebiasis

  • The BDOM Bibliographic Dictionary of Medicine is a curated collection of free medical articles tagged to concepts.
    Contents until 2011 are reviews from PubMed, contents flagged 'PMC' are regular articles from PubMed Central.
    Search BDOM
    Nephrology Collection
    Radiology Locator

    PubMedCentral monthly collection of free medical articles by major subject

    The framed wikipedia articles are from en.wikipedia.org and they are the actual versions; the first is from Nephropedia