This subcourse can provide you with a basic background/review of parasitology.
During your study of the subcourse, you may identify topics which greatly interest you or
pertain especially to your job. In these cases, you may wish to perform an indepth
study on that topic on your own.
This APPENDIX is a listing of references which might prove useful to you as you
begin these learning efforts. You must evaluate each reference in terms of the level it is
written, the amount of technical language it uses, and the recency of information it
Belding, D. L. Textbook of Parasitology, 3d ed. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts,
Brooke, M. M. and Melvin, D. M. Common Intestinal Protozoa of Man; Life Cycle Charts.
Public Health Service Publication No. 1140, U.S. Government Printing Office,
Washington, D.C., reprinted 1976.
Brown, H. W. and Neva, F. A. Basic Clinical Parasitology, 5th ed. Norwalk, Conn.:
Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc., 1983.
Cheng, T. C. General Parasitology, New York: Academic Press, Inc., 1973.
Faust, E. C., Beaver, P. C. and Jung, R. C. Animal Agents and Vectors of Human
Disease, 4th ed. Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger, 1975.
Faust, E. C., Russell, P. F. and Jung, R. C. Craig and Faust's Clinical Parasitology, 8th
ed. Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger, 1970.
Garnham, P. C. C. Malaria Parasites and Other Haemosporidia, Oxford: Blackwell
Scientific Publications, 1966.
GR 72-198-3, Medical Entomology, U.S. Army Medical Field Service School,
Hunter, G. W., III, Frye, W. W., and Swartzwelder, J. C. A Manual of Tropical Medicine,
4th ed. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders, 1966.
Kenny, M. Scope Monograph on Pathoparasitology. Kalamazoo, Michigan: Upjohn
Lapage, G. Monig's Veterinary Helminthology and Entomology, 5th ed. Baltimore:
Williams and Wilkins Company, 1962.