Parasitology lab: Trematodes slides

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    Paragonimus kellicotti 

    Lung Fluke 

    Operculated
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    Paragonimus kellicotti
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    Paragonimus kellicotti
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    Paragonimus kellicotti 

    Lung Fluke of cat, dog, and man
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    Alaria canis 

    Intestinal fluke
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    Alaria sp.

    Intestinal fluke
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    Alaria canis

    Intestinal fluke
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    Alaria eggs collapsed by osmotic pressure of the float solution
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    Alaria canis

    Small intestines, attached by suckers

    Intestinal fluke
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    Fasciola hepatica

    "Common liver fluke"
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    Fasciola hepatica 

    "Common liver fluke"

    Sheep, goats, cattle and swine
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    Fasciola hepatica

    "Common liver fluke"
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    Fascioloides magna

    "Large American liver fluke"

    Cattle, sheep, goats, horses
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    Fascioloides magna 

    "Large American liver fluke"
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    Dicrocoelium dendriticum 

    "Lesser or Lancet liver fluke"
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    Dicrocoelium dendriticum 

    " Lesser or Lancet liver fluke"
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    Fluke infected liver with fibrotic biliary canals
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    Fluke involved biliary system of caudate lobe of the liver
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    Dicrocoelium dendriticum 

    "Lesser or Lancet liver fluke"
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    Dicrocoelium dendriticum 

    "Lesser or Lancet liver fluke"

    Operculated
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    Fasciola hepatica

    "Common liver fluke"

    Enlarged and calcified bile duct resulting from chronic infection
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    Fasciola hepatica

    "Common liver fluke"
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    Fasciola hepatica

    "Common liver fluke"

    Liver damage due to chronic infection
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    Fasciola hepatica

    Low lying poorly drained pastures in the Gulf Coast region are ideal habitat for the snail that carries this parasite
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    Mesocercaria stage of a Alaria canis 

    Flukes with multiple intermedaite hosts that live as adults in intestines of carnivores. Cercarias pass from snails and enter tadpoles, frogs or other mammals in which the metacercariae stage develop. Final host eats mice, rats or raccoons.
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    Alaria canis

    Coyote

    Intestinal fluke
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    Schistosoma matheei

    From a sheep

    Best known of all flukes because of the serious disease they cause in man, Schistosomiasis.
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    Inflammation and pigmentation as a response to fluke tracks made through liver ducts
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    Pseudosuccinea columella 

    "American ribbed fluke" 

    Snail host for fascioliasis
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    Fasciola hepatica 

    Sheep grazing near a stream, ideal situation for transmission to potential hosts
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    Fascioloides magna

    Lesions in deer liver, adults worms in a incised cyst
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    Fascioloides magna

    Adults, tract marks in a bovine liver
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    Dicrocoelium dendriticum

    • Occurs in bile ducts and liver
    • Shows adult with oral and ventral suckers, digestive ceca, testes, ovary, vitelline glands, and uterus 

    "Lesser or Lancet liver fluke"
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    Paragonimus kellicotti

    Paragonium westermani is one of the most important trematodes to man in far east
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    Encysted lung of an infected cat
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    Nanophytes salmincola

    Inhabits small intestines of dog, fox, raccoon, or other fish eating mammals. Host ingest fish and harbors fluke and etiological agent, (Neorickettsia helminthoeca), of "Salmon poisoning"

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