Helminthology S2M2

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Helminthology S2M2
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  1. Platyhelminthes have what two subclasses
    • Trematodes - flukes
    • Cestodes - tapeworms
  2. What is the technical term for flat worms
    Platyhelminthes
  3. What is the technical term for round worms
    Nematodes
  4. Nemathelminthes (Nematodes) have what subclasses
    • Intestinal worms
    • Tissue worms - filaria
  5. Paragonimiasis westermanii is in what class, mode of transmission, and location in the body
    • Trematodes (flukes)
    • Crab and crayfish
    • Lung
    • "Western men eat crab and crayfish"
  6. Clonorchis sinensis is in what class, mode of transmission, and location in the body
    • Trematodes (Flukes)
    • Fish
    • Liver
    • "Liver has the ability to clon itself"
  7. Fasciola hepatica is in what class, mode of transmission, and location in the body
    • Trematodes (Flukes)
    • Aquatic plants/vegetables
    • Liver
  8. Fasciolopsis buski is in what class, mode of transmission, and location in the body
    • Trematodes (Flukes)
    • Aquatic plants/vegetables
    • Intestines
  9. Heterophyes heterophyes is in what class, mode of transmission, and location in the body
    • Trematodes (Flukes)
    • Fish
    • Intestine
  10. Schistosomiasis mansoni and japonicum are in what class, mode of transmission, and location in the body
    • Non-Hermaphroditic fluke
    • Contaminated water
    • Intestine
    • "Man in japon get this from drinking water"
  11. Schistosomiasis hematobium is in what class, mode of transmission, and location in the body
    • Non-Hermaphroditic fluke
    • Contaminated water
    • Urinary
  12. Diphylobothrium latum is in what class, mode of transmission, and location in the body
    • Cestodes (Tapeworms)
    • Fish
    • Intestine (eye, CNS)
  13. Taeniasis saginata is in what class, mode of transmission, and location in the body
    • Cestodes (Tapeworms)
    • Cattle
    • Intestine
    • Causes stomach pain
    • "Cows are sagi"
  14. Taeniasis solium is in what class, mode of transmission, and location in the body
    • Cestodes (Tapeworms)
    • Pigs
    • Intestine (tissue disease)
    • Causes stomach pain
    • "Eating pig steals your sol"
  15. Ascaris lumbricoides is in what class, mode of transmission, and location in the body
    • Nematode (round)
    • Contaminated food and water
    • Lungs, bile duct, pancreas, intestine
    • "Scars lungs, bile, pancreas, and intestine"
  16. Strongyloides stercoralis is in what class, mode of transmission, and location in the body
    • Nematodes (thread)
    • Enter through bare skin
    • Skin to blood to lung to small intestine
    • "Strong" enough to go through skin
  17. Ancylostoma duodenale is in what class, mode of transmission, and location in the body
    • Nematode (hook)
    • Enter intact skin
    • Subcutaneous tissue
    • "Ancyl-Ankle"
  18. Enterpbius vermicularis is in what class, mode of transmission, and location in the body
    • Nematode (pin)
    • Ingestion through dust
    • Perianal
    • "Enter near pubis"
  19. Trichuris trichiuria is in what class, mode of transmission, and location in the body
    • Nematode (whip)
    • Contaminated food or water
    • Intestine
    • "Trichi nematode lets whip'em"
  20. Trichinella spiralis is in what class, mode of transmission, and location in the body
    • Nematode (pork)
    • Undercooked meat
    • Blood stream/muscle
    • "Pork spiraling out of control"
  21. Necator americanus is in what class, mode of transmission, and location in the body
    • Nematode (hook)
    • Penetrate intact skin
    • Skin to circulation to epiglottis then swallowed
    • "Hook penetrates america"
  22. Wuchereria bancrofti/brugaria is in what class, mode of transmission, and location in the body
    • Tissue worm (filarial)
    • Mosquito
    • Lymph nodes
    • "Wuch!, there goes the mosquito from the lymph nodes"
  23. Wuchereria bancrofti causes what condition
    Elephantiasis
  24. Loa loa is in what class, mode of transmission, and location in the body
    • Tissue worm (filarial)
    • Deer fly
    • Subcutaneous tissue, conjunctiva
    • "Loa the deer"
  25. Onchocerca volvulus is in what class, mode of transmission, and location in the body
    • Tissue worm (filarial)
    • Black fly
    • Subcutaneous nodule and skin
    • "Poncho the black boy has nodules"
  26. Onchocerca volvulus cause what condition
    River blindness
  27. Dracunculus medinensis is in what class, mode of transmission, and location in the body
    • Tissue worms (filarial)
    • Flea
    • Intestines
    • "Dracula fleas the scene"
  28. Dracunculus medinensis causes what conditions
    Food ulcers, nausea, vomiting
  29. Schistosomiasis is the cause of
    • Swimmers itch
    • "Swimmers itch is the schiz!"

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