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Salvador Mazza - bibliography

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Biography

Argentine physician, born 1886, Rauch, Buenos Aires, Argentina; died 1946, Mexico.

Bibliography

  • S. Mazza, C. Udiano:
    Índices de infestación triatomínica y casos agudos de la enfermedad de Chagas em la Medieta. Departamento de San Pedro, Jujuy. MEPRA, 1940, 45: 135-146.
  • S. Mazza:
    La enfermedad de Chagas en la República Argentina.
    Memorias do Istituto Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, 1949, 47: 273-257.
  • S. Mazza:
    Chagas diseases in the Argentine Republic. Memorias do Istituto Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, March-June 1949, 47 (1/2): 289-302.
  • S. Mazza:
    Infestación de Triatoma por Schizotrypanum cruzi y hallazgo de animales domésticos portadores del mismo en el sur de la Republica (Rio Negro y provincia de Buenos Aires). Nueva especie de Triatoma determinada en Rio Negro.
    MEPRA Publicación 26, 1-19.
  • S. Mazza and M. E. Jorg:
    Triatoma bruchi, nova species argentina de Triatominae (Hemiptera-Reduviidae).
    MEPRA Publicación 1944, 67, 3-11.
  • S. Mazza, R. Gajardo Tobar, M. E. Jorg:
    Mepraia novum genus de Triatomidae. Mepraia spinolai (Porter) 1933, nov. comb., redescripción del macho y descripción de la hembra.
    MEPRA Publicación 1940, 44, 3-30.

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