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Practical 3
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  1. What type of cell is this found in urine?
    transitional

  2. What type of cell is this found in urine?
    transitional

  3. What type of cell is A and what type of cell is B?
    • A: squamous
    • B: transitional

  4. What type of cell is this found in urine?
    transitional

  5. What type of parasite is this found in urine?
    tritrichomonas

  6. This extracellular flagellate protozoons has a central nucleus and a flagellum on one end. Making a blood smear from ear-tip capillaries or making a buffy coat smear are the best ways to capture the organism on a slide. What is it?
    trypanosoma cruzi

  7. This extracellular flagellate protozoon has a central nucleus and a flagellum on one end. Making a blood smear from ear-tip capillaries or making a buffy coat smear are the best ways to capture the organism on a slide. What is it?
    trypanosoma cruzi

  8. This extracellular flagellate protozoon has a central nucleus and a flagellum on one end. Making a blood smear from ear-tip capillaries or making a buffy coat smear are the best ways to capture the organism on a slide. What is it?
    trypanosoma cruzi

  9. What kind of crystal are these?
    Tyrosine crystal

  10. What kind of crystal are these?
    tyrosine crystals

  11. What type of crystals are these?
    uric acid crystals

  12. What kind of cast is this?
    waxy cast

  13. What kind of cast is this?
    waxy cast

  14. What kind of cells are these found in urine?
    WBCs

  15. What kind of cells are these found in urine?
    WBCs

  16. What kind of cells are these found in urine?
    WBCs

  17. This is a cat lungworm. What is the genus and species name?
    Aelurostrongylus (genus) abstrusus (species)

  18. Intestinal fluke in dogs and cats. What is it?
    Alaria

  19. Lone star tick.
    Amblyomma americanum

  20. Hookworm in dogs.
    Ancylostoma caninum

  21. Hookworm in cats.
    Ancylostoma tubaeforme

  22. Tapeworm egg in horses.
    Anoplocephala perfoliata

  23. Roundworm in pigs.
    Ascaris suum

  24. Ciliated all the way around. Found in poop.
    Balantidium

  25. Roundworm in raccoons.
    Baylisascaris procyonis
  26. Black fly

  27. Chewing louse of cattle
    Bovicola bovis

  28. Ruminant hookworm (sheep and cattle).
    Bunostomum

  29. Found in feces. Very skinny commas or seagull wing appearance.
    Campylobacter

  30. Wonky appearance. Name the different genus and species for where each is found (there are 4).
    • Capillaria aerophila: trachea, bronchi
    • Capillaria plica: urinary bladder, renal pelvis
    • Capillaria putorii: small intestine, stomach
    • Capillaria bovis: small intestine
  31. Chewing lice

  32. "walking dandruff"
    Cheyletiella

  33. foot and tail mites.
    Chorioptes

  34. Safety pin appearance.
    Clostridium

  35. Infects the small intestines of ruminants.
    Cooperia
  36. Ctenocephalides felis (flea)
  37. Cuterebra (warble)
  38. Tabanid (deer fly)
  39. Demodex

  40. American dog tick.
    Dermacentor variabilis

  41. Thin thread-like worms that parasitize ruminant lungs. Spreads from being sprayed out of fungus.
    Dictyocaulus viviparous

  42. Nonpathogenic nematode. Moves across field, blunt head, curly tail.
    Dipetalonema reconditum

  43. 2 genital pores, tapered ends.
    Dipilydium
  44. Dipilydium egg packet

  45. Transmits eyeworms (Thelazia)
    Face fly

  46. Liver fluke.
    Fasciola hepatica

  47. cat chewing louse.
    Felicola subrostratus

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