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Volume 10, Number 12—December 2004

Dispatch

Naturally Acquired Plasmodium knowlesi Malaria in Human, Thailand

Somchai Jongwutiwes*†Comments to Author , Chaturong Putaporntip*, Takuya Iwasaki†, Tetsutaro Sata‡, and Hiroji Kanbara†
Author affiliations: *Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand; †Institute of Tropical Medicine, Nagasaki University, Nagasaki; ‡National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Tokyo, Japan

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Figure 1

Giemsa-stained thin blood films depicting A) ring stage, B) tenue form of young trophozoite, C) band-shaped growing trophozoite, D) growing trophozoite with little or no amoeboid activity, E) double growing trophozoites, F) early schizont, G) late schizont in an erythrocyte with fimbriated margins, and H) mature macrogametocyte. Discernible Sinton and Mulligan stippling is in C, D, and F.

Figure 1. Giemsa-stained thin blood films depicting A) ring stage, B) tenue form of young trophozoite, C) band-shaped growing trophozoite, D) growing trophozoite with little or no amoeboid activity, E) double growing trophozoites, F) early schizont, G) late schizont in an erythrocyte with fimbriated margins, and H) mature macrogametocyte. Discernible Sinton and Mulligan stippling is in C, D, and F.

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