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The Venture 17 Division Of Education



THE CONSERVATORY OF MEDICAL ARTS AND SCIENCES

XVII

THE PARASITOLOGY IMAGE LIBRARY

These are images of multicellular and single cell symbiotic intruders. They are generally known to use humans and other reservoirs as hosts for their own benefit, however, unlike many prokaryote invaders, they do not "infect" and potentially kill their host. These creatures tend to "infest", allowing their host to stay alive. Many of these parasites are known for morbidity and mortality despite the absence of cellular infection. Many of these trouble makers are more of a nuisance than anything else. The images are displayed for 10 seconds, however, you can pause or advance the stream at your discretion. For style control, just point at the image and it will instruct you.

Ascaris lumbricoides

Balantidium


Creeping worm

Cryptosporidium

Entamoeba histolytica

Entamoeba histolytica

Giardia lamblia

Guinea worm

Helminths

Parasite

Leishmania donovani

Leishmania donovani

Loaisis

Parasite

Parasite

Parasite

Parasite

Parasite

Parasite

Parasite

Parasite

Parasite

Round worm

Schistosoma mansoni

Swimmers itch , sea fleas

Tape worm

Toxoplasma gondii

Toxoplasma gondii

Trypanosoma

Malaria, plasmodium

Amoeba

A diatom protozoan in the anterior chamber of the eye

Schistosomiasis

Filariasis, aka Elephantitis

Parasite

Parasite

Parasite

Round worm

Brain parasites

Blood fluke

Blood fluke

Blood fluke

Liver fluke

Lung fluke

Neurocysticercosis

The liver fluke

Parasitic twin absorbed inutero

Parasitic fetus with fetal demise

Parasitic twin absorbed inutero

Neurotoxoplasmosis

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