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    Toxocara canis - Ascarid of dog
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    Toxocara cati - Ascarid of cat
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    Toxascaris leonina - Ascarid of dog and cat
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    AKA
    Ascarid Roundworm known as arrowhead
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    • Division of zygote of toxocara egg
    • Left = cell
    • Right = Morula
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    Larvae of Toxocara can live within the egg for many months
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    Vermi-form embryo larvae developing within the eggs of Toxascaris leonina
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    Toxocara canis ruptured - Hypertonic solution of sodium nitrate & zinc sulfate eventually ruptures cells.
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    • Right = Toxocara canis (Ascarid of dog)
    • Left = Toxascaris leonina (Ascarid of dog & cat)
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    Massive Ascariasis in dog - often leads to intussusceptions
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    • Isospora felis - small top (protozoan)
    • Toxocara cati - medium bottom (ascarid)
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    • Isospora felis - top small (Protozoan of cat)
    • Toxocara cati - bottom medium (Ascarid of cat)
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    • Left = Ancylostoma tubaeformae (Hookwook of cat)
    • Right = Toxocara cati (Ascarid of cat)
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    Parascaris equorum - Ascarid of equine
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    • Parascaris equorum
    • Oblong cells = Stronglyloides (Lungworms)
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    • Parascaris equorum
    • Ruptured small intestines
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    • Ascaris lumbricoides
    • Ascarid of humans
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    Name 2 species
    • Ascaris lumbricoides - ascarid of humans OR
    • Ascaris suum - ascarid of swine
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    Ancylostoma sp. (Hookworms)
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    Uncinaria stenocephala (Ancylostoma of dogs and cats - hookworm)
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    • Ancylostoma tubaeformae - cats (hookworm)
    • Right = Vermiform embryo
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    Ancylostoma caninum - Dog hookworm
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    • A = Uncinaria stenocephala (Ancylostoma of dogs and cats)
    • B = Toxocara canis (ascarid of dog)
    • C = Ancylostoma caninum (Hookworm of dog)
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    • A = Ancylostoma caninum (Hookworm of dog)
    • B = Uncinaria stenocephala (Hookworm of dogs and cats)
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    • Hookworm anemia
    • Signs: White mucous membranes, weakness and death.
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    Hookworm infection in a puppy characterized by dark tarry chocolate brown stool.
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    • A = Toxocara canis (Ascarid of dog)
    • B = Ancylostoma caninum (Hookworm of dog)
    • C = Toxascaris leonina (Ascarid of dogs and cats)
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    • Left = Toxocara cati (Ascarid of cat)
    • Right = Ancylostoma tubaeformae (Hookworm of cat)
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    Ancylostoma caninum (Hookworm of dog)
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    Trichuris sp. (Whips)
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    Trichuris vulpis - whipworm of dogs
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    Trichuris campanula infreq parasite (whipworm) of cats
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    • Trichuris sp - end on end orientation
    • Spots are bacteria - rods, round = cocci
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    • A = Trichuris vulpis (Whipworm of dogs)
    • B = Alaria canis (Trematode of dog) Stomach Fluke
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    • Top = Ancylostoma caninum (hookworm of dog)
    • Bottom = Trichuris vulpis (whipworm of dog)
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    Trichuris vulpis on mucosa of the colon (Whipworm of dog)
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    Trichuris vulpis the whipworm of dogs and wild canids.
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    Eggs of Trichuris vulpis
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    Eucoleus aerophila (Lungworms of dogs)
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    Trichuris suis - Whipworm of swine
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    Trichuris suis 400 magnification
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    Dictyocaulus arnfeldi - Lungworm of horses

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Nematodes 1
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2014-05-30 17:28:08
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