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ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PARASITE AND HOST
EFFECT OF PARASITES ON THE HOST
BASIC CONCEPTS IN MEDICAL PARASITOLOGY
CLASSIFICATION OF MEDICAL PARASITOLOGY
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF MEDICALLY IMPORTANT PARASITES
(1) PROTOZOA
(2) HELIMINTHS:
(3) ARTHROPODS
CLASSIFICATION OF PROTOZOA
1.1. Entamoeba histolytica
1.2. OTHER AMEBAE INHABITING THE ALIMENTARY CANAL
1.3. PATHOGENIC FREE-LIVING AMOEBAE
2.1. Luminal flagellates
2.1.1. Giardia lamblia
2.1.2. Trichomonas vaginalis
2.1.4. Other flagellates inhabiting the alimentary canal
2.2. Haemoflagelates
2.2.1. Leishmania Species
2.2.1.1. Visceral leishmaniasis
2.2.1.2. Old World Cutaneous Leishmaniasis (Oriental sore)
2.2.1.3. New World Cutaneous and Mucocutaneous Leishmaniasis
2.2.2. Trypanosomiasis
2.2.2.1. African trypanosomiasis
2.2.2.2 American trypanosomiasis
Balantidiasis
4.1.1. Plasmodium falciparum
4.1.2. Plasmodium vivax
4.1.3. Plasmodium malariae
4.1.4. Plasmodium ovale
4.2. Other Coccidian parasites
Review Questions
1.1. BLOOD FLUKES
1.1.1. SCHISTOSOMIASIS (BILHARZIASIS)
SCHISTOSOMA MANSONI
URINARY SCISTOSOMIASIS
SCHISTOSOMA JAPONICUM
SCHISTOSOMA INTERCALATUM
1.2. INTESTINAL FLUKES
1.3. LIVER FLUKES
1.4. LUNG FLUKES
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF NEMATODES
2.1. INTESTINAL NEMATODES WITH TISSUE STAGE
2.1.1. ASCARIS LUMBRICOIDES
2.1.2.2. Necator americanus
2.1.3. LARVA MIGRANS
a. Cutaneous larva migrans (Creeping eruption)
b. Visceral larva migrans
2.1.4. STRONGYLOIDES STERCORALIS
2.2. INTESTINAL NEMATODES WITHOUT TISSUE STAGE
2.2.1. ENTEROBIUS VERMICULARIS (PIN WORM OR THREAD WORM)
2.3. TISSUE NEMATODES
2.3.1. FILARIAL WORMS
2.3.1.1. Wuchereria bancrofti
2.3.1.2. Onchocerca volvulus
2.3.1.3. Loa loa
2.3.2. DRACUNCULUS MEDINENSIS (Guinea worm or Medina worm)
2.3.3. TRICHINOSIS
3.1. HYMENOLEPIS NANA (DWARF TAPEWORM)
3.2. HYMENOLEPIS DIMINUTA (RAT TAPEWORM)
3.3. ECHINOCOCCUS
3.3.1. Echinococcus granulosus (dog tape worm)
3.3.2. Echinococcus multilocularis
3.4. TAENIA SAGINATA (BEEF TAPEWORM)
3.5. TAENIA SOLIUM (PORK TAPEWORM)
INTRODUCTION
ARTHROPODS
BIOLOGY OF ARTHOPODS
DEVELOPMENT OF ARTHROPODS
IMPORTANCE OF ARTHROPODS IN PARASITOLOGY
CLASSIFICATION OF ARTHROPODS
MEDICAL CONDITIONS RELATED TO ARTHROPODS
A. FLY RELATED CONDITIONS
(5) Genetic control
SUMMARY
LEARNING ACTIVITY
REFERENCES
GLOSSARY
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