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SEE ALSO IN RECENT PUBLICATIONS IN BIOTHERAPY IN THE VARIOUS NEWSLETTERS

SEE ALSO LITERATURE ON MAGGOT DEBRIDEMENT THERAPY FROM DR. J.C.T. CHURCH

 

Adams, J.F. and L.F. Lassen. 1995. Leech therapy for venous congestion following myocutaneous pectoralis flap reconstruction. ORL Head Neck Nurs., 13: 12-14.

Baer , W.S. 1931. The treatment of chronic osteomyelitis with the maggot (larva of the blow fly). J. Joint Surg.; 13: 438-475.

Bunkis, J., Gherini, S. and R.L. Walton. 1985. Maggot therapy revisited. West. J. Med., 42: 554- 556.

Cherbuliez, Th. 1996. Bee venom in treatment of chronic diseases. In: Bee products. Mizrahi, A. & Lensky, Y. (eds). Plenum Press, N. York, pp. 213-220.

Chernin, E. 1986. Surgical maggots. South Med. J., 79: 1143-1145.

Desowitz, R.S. 1991. The malaria capers. Norton, N. York, pp. 127-130.

Eldor, A., Orevi, M. and M. Rigbi. 1996. The role of the leech in medical therapeutics. Blood Reviews, 10: 201-209.

Gilyova, O. 1998. The achievements of Russian medicine in systemic hirudotherapy. Third International Conference on Biotherapy, Jerusalem, May 24-27, 1998 (abstract), p. 16.

Gudger. E. W. 1925. Stiching wound with the mandibles of ants and beetles. J. Amer. Med. Assoc. 84:1861-1864).

Horn, K.L., Cobb, A.H. and G.A. Gates. 1976. Maggot therapy for subacute mastoiditis. Arch. Otolaryngol., 102: 377-379.

Kim, C. M.-H. 1997. Apitherapy (Bee venom therapy). In: Potentiaing Health and the Crisis of the Immune System. Mizrahi, A. (ed.), Plenum Press, N. York, pp. 243-270.

McKeever, D.C. 1933. Maggots in treatment of osteomyelitis. J. Bone Joint Surg., 15: 85-93.

Mumcuoglu, K.Y., M. Lipo, I. Ioffe-Uspensky, J. Miller, I. Turkeltaub and R. Galun. 1997. Maggot therapy for the treatment of gangrene and osteomyelitis (in Hebrew). Harefuah 132: 323-325.

Mumcuoglu, K.Y., A. Ingber, L. Gilead, A. Goldfarm, M. Lipo, B. Steisman, I. Turkeltaub, C. Bichucher, D. Friedman, H. Shulman, E. Hamburger, I. Ioffe-Uspensky, J. Miller, R. Galun and I. Raz. 1998. Maggot therapy for the treatment of intractable wounds. Diabetes Care 21:2030-2031.

Mumcuoglu, K.Y., A. Ingber, L. Gilead, J. Stessman, R. Friedman, H. Schulman, H.Bichucher, I. Ioffe-Uspensky, J. Miller, R. Galun and I. Raz. 1999. Maggot therapy for the treatment of intractable wounds. Int. J. Dermatol. 8: 623-627.

Mumcuoglu, K.Y., J. Miller, M. Mumcuoglu, M. Friger & M. Tarshis. 2001. Destruction of bacteria in the digestive tract of the maggot of Lucilia sericata (Diptera: Calliphoridae). J. Med. Entomol. 38: 161-166

Mumcuoglu, K.Y. 2001. Clinical applications for maggots in wound care. Am. J. Clin. Dermatol. 2: 219-227.

Pechter, E.A. and R.A. Sherman. 1983. Maggot therapy: The surgical metamorphosis. Plast. Reconstr. Surg., 72: 567-570.

Robinson, W. and V.H. Norwood. 1933. The role of surgical maggots in the disinfection of osteomyelitis and other infected wounds. J. Bone Joint Surg., 15: 409-412.

Sherman, R.A. and E.A. Pechter. 1988. Maggot therapy: a review of the therapeutic applications of fly larvae in human medicine, especially for treating osteomyelitis. Med. Vet. Entomol. 2: 225- 230.

Sherman, R.A., Wyle, F., Vulpe, M., Levsen, L., et al. 1993. The utility of maggot therapy for treating chronic wounds (Abstract). Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. Suppl. 49, pp. 266.

Sherman, R.A., Wyle, F. and M. Vulpe. 1996a. Maggot therapy for treating pressure ulcers in spinal cord injury patients. J. Spinal Cord Med., 18: 71-74.

Sherman, R. A., J. My-Tien Tran and R. Sullivan. 1996b. Maggot therapy for venous stasis ulcers. Arch. Dermatol., 132: 254-256.

Sherman, R.A., Hall, M. J. and S. Thomas. 2000. Medicinal maggots: an ancient remedy for some contemporary afflictions. Annu. Rev. Entomol. 45: 55-81 (can be downloaded from Internet)

Stoddard, S. R., R. M. Sherman, B. E. Mason and D. J. Pelsang. 1995. Maggot debridement therapy: An alternative treatment for nonhealing ulcers. J. Amer. Podiatr. Med. Ass., 85: 218-221.

Teich, S. and R.A.M. Myers. 1986. Maggot therapy for severe skin infections. South. Med. J., 79: 1153-1155.

Thomas, S., Jones, M., Shutler, S. and S. Jones. 1996a. Using larvae in modern wound management. J. Wound Care, 5: 60-69.

Thomas, S., Jones, M. Shutler, S. and A. Andrews. 1996b. Making friends with maggots. Nursing Times, 92: 76-82.

Vistnes, L.M., Lee, R. and G.A. Ksander. 1981. Proteolytic activity of blowfly larvae secretions in experimental burns. Surgery, 90: 835-841.

Wells, M.D., Manktelow, R.T., Boyd, J.B., and Bowen, V. 1993. The medical leech: an old treatment revisited. Microsurgery, 14: 183-186.



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