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Dr. Mohammed Mustafa Sunbul
Parasitology (1st lec.)
2006/2007
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Dr. Mohammed Sunbul
Dr. Mohammed Mustafa Sunbul
Parasitology (1st lec.)
2006/2007
INTRODUCTION
Types of hosts
Host-parasite relationship
Types of parasites
- Facultative parasites:
- Obligatory parasites:
Parasite life cycles
- The parasite's life cycle consists of 2 common phases:
What do parasites look like (Morphology and
Classifications)?
How are parasites named (Nomenclature)?
Sources of exposure to parasitic infections or
infestations
Portal of entry into the body

1- Through the mouth:
2- Through piercing the skin:
3- Percutaneous:
4- Inhalation:
5- Transplacental (Congenital) infections:

Dr. Mohammed Mustafa Sunbul
Parasitology (1st lec.)
2006/2007

Disease Process and Symptomatology
Strategies for the diagnosis of parasitic
infections

\ue000 Approach to the patient:

Travel history
details of the presenting complaint,
repeated history taking may be beneficial
Past history
History of hospitalization
Past history of prolonged illnessor feverspecial medications.

\ue000 Geographic history
\ue000 General history
Clinical Picture:
Gastro-intestinal
symptoms
Respiratory symptoms Neurological symptoms
Cutaneous symptoms
Diarrhea.
Abdominal pains or
cramps.

Passage of worms or
segments in stool &
vomits.

Cough.
Cough and wheeze for a
short period of time.
prolonged cough and
bronchospasm.
Dry cough.
Cough and blood stained
sputum.

Seizure.
Primary amoebic meningitis.
Meningoencephalitis.
Blindness.

Pruritis:
-Localization of the itch
is very important.

Ulceration.
Subcutaneous mass.
Erythematous patches.
Urticaria.
Clinical examination

- The clinical examination of a patient with parasitic infection should be thorough
- The skin must be carefully observed
- Lymphadenopathy
- Lymphatic vessels may be inflamed with surrounding edema
- The presence of an enlarged liver or spleen
- The results of a full blood count may reveal eosinophilia.

Summary of Diagnosis of parasitic diseases
History
Clinical diagnosis

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