Parasitoloy lab: Cestode slides 36-71

The flashcards below were created by user Kristenwilliams on FreezingBlue Flashcards.

  1. Image Upload
    Diphyllobothrium or Spirometra passed in ribbons and each have a central pore which eggs are expelled through
  2. Image Upload

    Rabbit is definitive host
  3. Image Upload
    Cittotaenia sp

    Rabbit is definitive host

    From cat feces
  4. c39Image Upload
    Monieza sp 

    In cattle, sheep and goats
  5. Image Upload
    Monieza sp.

    3 pairs of hooks observed
  6. Image Upload
    Anoplocephala mamillana 

    Have 6 hooklets

  7. Image Upload
    Anoplocephala mamillana

  8. Image Upload
    Anoplocephala perfoliata

    Intussusception of the ileum into the cecum

  9. Image Upload
    Anoplocephala perfoliata


    Hyperplasia of ileal wall
  10. Image Upload
    Anoplocephala perfoliata 

  11. Image Upload
    Monieza (benedeni or expansa) 

    Cattle and sheep
  12. Image Upload
    Anatomy of proglottids of Taenia sp.
  13. Image Upload
    Dipylidium caninum

    Dog, cat and fox
  14. Image Upload
    Dipylidium caninum 

    Dog, cat and fox

    Immature proglottids
  15. Image Upload
    Dipylidium caninum

    Dog, cat and fox 

    Gravid (9 months) proglottids
  16. Image Upload
    Dipylidium caninum

    Dog, cat and fox

    Egg packet
  17. Image Upload
    Taenia solium

    Pork tapeworm

    Has adapted itself to infect both humans and swine. Scolex has rounded rostellum with alternating large and small hooks and four round suckers.
  18. Image Upload
    Taenia solium

    Pork tapeworm

    Intermediate host is Cysticerus cellulosae. Muscles may become so filled with cystericeri and meat is known as "measly pork". Man acquires by eating raw or poorly cooked pork.
  19. Image Upload
    Cysticerus cellulosae-bovine heart (intermediate host) of pork tapeworm.

    Pork tapeworm: Taenia solium
  20. Image Upload
    Cysticerus cellulosae in bovine heart
  21. Image Upload
    Taenia pisiformis 

    Dogs, cats, wolves, foxes and other carnivores which possesses life cycle similar to Taenia solium
  22. Image Upload
    Taenia pisiformis

    Scolex attached to mucosa by suckers and a rostellum armed with rows of hooks.
  23. Image Upload
    Taenia taeniaformis

    Domestic and wild cats and transmitted through the ingestion of rodents. In rodent liver and produce cancer like growths.
  24. Image Upload
    Taenia taeniaformis larval in an infected mouse
  25. Image Upload
    Taenia taeniaformis

    Larval stobilocercus
  26. Image Upload
    Taenia hydatigena 

    • Intestines of wild dogs , coyotes, and wolves.
    • Cysticerus tenuicollis is another name for its larval stage also called the "thin necked bladder worm"
  27. Image Upload
    Cysticerus tenuicollis attached to the rumen in a bighorn sheep
  28. Image Upload
    Echinococcus granulosus cysts in liver. 

    Forms "hydatid cysts" in various organs, eggs ingested by sheep and cattle hatch oncospheres invade the circulatory system and lodge in various parts of the body
  29. Image Upload
    Echinococcus cysts in lung of a sheep
  30. Image Upload
    Echinococcus granulosus from the liver in a hog.
  31. c66Image Upload
    Echinococcus granulosus 

    Cyst in a camel lung
  32. Image Upload
    Echinococcus granulosus cysts in a human liver
  33. Image Upload
    Anoplocephala perfoliata 

    Scoleces without hooks and a single or double reproductive system.
  34. Image Upload
    Discolored abdominal fluid taken from a horse infected with Anoplocephala perfoliata
  35. Image Upload
    Monieza expansa 

    Tapeworm possessing four prominent suckers on scolex which lacks hooks and rosetllum
  36. Image Upload
    Monieza expansa 

Card Set:
Parasitoloy lab: Cestode slides 36-71
2015-06-24 01:56:41
Cestodes 36 71

Cestodes 36-71
Show Answers: