from The Century Dictionary.

  • Situated or occurring within a blood-globule, especially an erythrocyte.


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  • By directing the attention of doctors and veterinary surgeons to examination of the blood, study of the endoglobular haematozoa prepared the way for the discovery of the diseases due to trypanosomes which themselves also constitute a new and very important chapter in pathology.

    Alphonse Laveran - Nobel Lecture

  • Confirmatory investigations at first rare, became more and more numerous; at the same time endoglobular parasites were discovered in different animals which closely resembled the haematozoon of malaria.

    Alphonse Laveran - Nobel Lecture

  • Before the discovery of the malarial haemotozoon no pathogenic endoglobular haematozoon was known; today the Haemocytozoa constitute a family, important for the number of genera and species and also for the role some of these Protozoa play in human or veterinary pathology.

    Alphonse Laveran - Nobel Lecture

  • From 1897 until 1907, he carried out many original researches on endoglobular Haematozoa and on

    Alphonse Laveran - Biography

  • In the genus Haemogregarina, I studied the endoglobular parasites of Chelonians, Bactrachians,

    Alphonse Laveran - Nobel Lecture

  • As from 1889, I have classified the endoglobular haematozoa or Haemocytozoa in three genera:

    Alphonse Laveran - Nobel Lecture

  • Trypanosomes are Protozoa, very different from the endoglobular haematozoa; they live in the free state in the plasma and not in a state of inclusion in the red cells or in other anatomical elements; they belong to the class of Flagellidae.

    Alphonse Laveran - Nobel Lecture


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