Tropical Pathology pp 319-349

Part of the Spezielle pathologische Anatomie book series (SPEZIELLE, volume 8)

Malaria

  • B. G. Maegraith

Abstract

Malaria is a disease caused by sporozoa of the genus Plasmodium.

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