parasitology exam 2 organisms

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  1. Fasciola hepatica
    • 1) sheep liver fluke
    • 2) liver
    • 3) global
    • 4) eating water plants
  2. Fasciolopsis buski
    • 1) none
    • 2) small intestine
    • 3) SE asia
    • 4) feces on plants
  3. Clonorchis sinensis
    • 1) chinese liver fluke
    • 2) bile duct
    • 3) SE asia
    • 4) eating raw fish
  4. Paragonimus westermani
    • 1) Oriental lung fluke
    • 2) lungs
    • 3) SE asia
    • 4) eating raw crab
  5. Schistosoma mansoni
    • 1) none
    • 2) large intestine
    • 3) africa S. america
    • 4) feces on plants
  6. schistosoma japonicum
    • 1) none
    • 2) small intestine
    • 3) SE asia
    • 4) feces on plants
  7. Schistosoma haematobium
    • 1) none
    • 2) urinary bladder
    • 3) afica, middle east
    • 4) urine
  8. Diphyllobothrium latum
    • 1) broad fish tapeworm
    • 2) bothria unarmed
    • 3) U.S., Russian, Finland
    • 4) eating raw fish
  9. Hymenolepis diminuta
    • 1) none
    • 2) unarmed
    • 3) global
    • 4) eating insects
  10. Hymenolepis nana
    • 1) none
    • 2) armed rostellum
    • 3) global
    • 4) rodent feces near food
  11. Dipylidium caninum
    • 1) dog tape worm
    • 2) armed
    • 3) global
    • 4) dog eats flee, licks face
  12. Taenia solium
    • 1) pork tapeworm
    • 2) heavily armed
    • 3) global
    • 4) eat infected pork
  13. Taenia saginata
    • 1) beef tapeworm
    • 2) unarmed
    • 3) global
    • 4) eating infected beef
  14. Echinococcus granulosus
    • 1) none
    • 2) unarmed
    • 3) global
    • 4) dog eats hydatic cyst, licks face
  15. Trichuris trichiura
    • 1) whip worm
    • 2) small intestine
    • 3) large intestine
    • 4) global
    • 5) dirt in mouth
    • 6) rectal prolapse
  16. Trichinella spralis
    • 1) pig worm
    • 2) nurse cells (muscle)
    • 3) small intestine
    • 4) global
    • 5) eating pork
    • 6) cannot be removed
  17. Enterobius vermicularis
    • 1) human pinworm
    • 2) anus to mouth
    • 3) large intestine
    • 4) global
    • 5) ingestion/inhalation
    • 6) commensalism (+/0)
  18. Ascaris lumbricoides
    • 1) none
    • 2) lungs
    • 3) small intestine
    • 4) tropics/SE usa
    • 5) dirt to mouth
    • 6) malnutrition/blockage
  19. Toxocara canis
    • 1) Dog small intestine worm
    • 2) mom to puppy or off ground hibernates in tissues
    • 3) moves from tissue too puppies or small intestine
    • 4) global with dog owners
    • 5) mom to puppies, ground to dog, human as paratenic host
    • 6) malnutrition and even death
  20. Anisakis simplex
    • 1) ocean worm
    • 2) shrimp to fish (humans)
    • 3) marine mammal
    • 4) norway/japan
    • 5) eating raw fish
    • 6) mech & inflam/neoplasia
  21. Ancylostoma duodenale
    • 1) big hookworm
    • 2) lungs
    • 3) small intestine
    • 4) europe/asia/africa
    • 5) walking barefoot
    • 6) ground itch/anemia
  22. Necator americanus
    • 1) small hookworm
    • 2) lungs
    • 3) small intestine
    • 4) S. america/SE usa
    • 5) walking barefoot
    • 6) ground itch/anemia
  23. Wuchereria bancrofti
    • 1) elephantiasis
    • 2) puddles
    • 3) lymph nodes
    • 4) africa, asia, S. america
    • 5) mosquito
    • 6) skin tough/swelling
  24. Onchocerca valvulus
    • 1) river blindness
    • 2) rivers
    • 3) nodules subcutaneous
    • 4) afica
    • 5) black flies
    • 6) itching, skin thickening, blindness
  25. Dirofilaria immitis
    • 1) dog heartworm
    • 2) puddles
    • 3) heart
    • 4) expanding west USA
    • 5) mosquito
    • 6) clog heart (human nodule in lung)
  26. Dracunculus Medinensis
    • 1) greek dragon
    • 2) gut
    • 3) gut too foot
    • 4) north africa lakes
    • 5) drinking water
    • 6) hole in leg to shoot eggs out in water
  27. Dermacentor andersoni
    • 1) rocky mountain wood tick
    • 2) yes
    • 3) west USA
    • 4) 3 host
    • 5) Rocky MT. spotted fever- bacteria trickettsin
    • Barbesiosis- protozoa babesia
  28. Dermacentor variabilis
    • 1) american dog tick
    • 2) yes
    • 3) eastern USA
    • 4) 3 host
    • 5) Primary vector for Rocky MT. spotted fever- bacteria trickettsin
  29. Ixodes scapularis
    • 1) deer tick/black legged tick
    • 2) yes
    • 3) eastern USA
    • 4) 3 host tick
    • 5) lyme disease- bacteria Borrelia bulgdorferi
  30. Rhipicephalus annulatus
    • 1) cattle tick
    • 2) yes
    • 3) mexico
    • 4) 1 host
    • 5) cattle fever- protozoa babesia bigamina (75% mortality)
  31. Argas persicus
    • 1) fowl tick/ blue bug
    • 2) no
    • 3) global
    • 4) many chickens
    • 5) not a vector (anemia)
  32. Otobius magnini
    • 1) spinose ear tick
    • 2) no
    • 3) where ever cows are
    • 4) many cows
    • 5) none
  33. Ornithodoras moubatta
    • 1) none
    • 2) no
    • 3) global
    • 4) many birds
    • 5) relapse fever- bacteria Borrelia recurrentis
  34. Sarcoptes scabei
    • 1) scabies
    • 2) no
    • 3) packed humans
    • 4) 1 permanent
    • 5) none

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