Web Atlas of Medical Parasitology aims to provide educational materials for medical students primarily, but professional workers in medical or paramedical fields may also refer to this site covering the significant parasites in the world.
Author(s): The Korean Society for Parasitology
Parasites are still an important threat to our global health and economy, and represent an important branch of infectious diseases. This note is designed to provide students of microbiology and biology with a basic understanding of classical and modern parasitology.
Author(s): Dr. Michele M. Klingbeil
WormBook is a comprehensive online review of C. elegans biology, containing over 100 original, peer-reviewed chapters on a wide range of topics related to the biology of C. elegans and related nematodes; as well as WormMethods, a collection of laboratory methods and protocols useful for nematode researchers.
Author(s): WormBook Research Community
Parasitism is a kind of symbiosis, a close and persistent long-term biological interaction between the parasite and its host. Topics covered includes: Etymology, Evolutionary strategies, Parasitic castrators, Parasitoids, Transmission strategies, Hyperparasitism, Social parasitism, Brood parasitism, Kleptoparasitism, Sexual parasitism, Adelphoparasitism, Taxonomic range, Host defences, Evolutionary ecology.
This lecture note is devoted to providing general aspects of parasitology in addition to covering human parasites in two major groups -the protozoa and helminths including their distribution, habitat, morphology, life cycle, pathogenicity, prevention and control, laboratory diagnosis and their relevance to Ethiopia. It has also appendices, which discuss the collection of laboratory specimens, preservatives of stool sample, frequently used parasitological diagnostic methods and reagent preparation.
Author(s): Jimma University
This note covers the following topics: Taxonomy, Intestinal Protozoa, Entamoeba Histolytica, Amoebiasis, Amoebic Liver Abscess, Entamoeba Histolytica Or Dispar, Cyclospora Cayetanensis, Intestinal Protozoa Stains.
Author(s): J Dick MacLean
Parasitology is an established discipline that covers a wide area of subjects, ranging from the basics to the advanced and applied aspects. The entire book is based on the findings of various studies performed by different authors, comprising reviews and original scientific papers. Topics covered includes: Tools for Trans-Splicing Drug Interference Evaluation in Kinetoplastid, Innovation of the Parasitic Cycle of Coccidioides spp, Biological Control of Parasites, Electrocardiography as a Diagnostic Method for Chagas Disease in Patients and Experimental Models, Soft Ticks as Pathogen Vectors: Distribution, Surveillance and Control,Parasitic Nematodes of some Insects from Manipur, India.
Author(s): Mohammad Manjur Shah
This manual is a guide for laboratory workers. It explains the techniques to be used when examining faeces, blood, urine and other materials for the presence of parasites.
Author(s): World Health Organization
This book covers the following topics: The Ameba, The Ciliates, Coccidia, and Microsporidia, The Flagellates, The Cestodes (Tapeworms), The Nematodes (Roundworms), The Trematodes (Flukes), Unusual Tissue Dwelling Nematodes, Larval Cestodes and Nematodes which Infect Man, Malaria, The Blood Nematodes, Babesia, Trypanosomes, and Leishmania, Arthropod Vectors, Artifacts and Confounders.
Author(s): Michael J. Cuomo, Lawrence B. Noel and Daryl B. White
This lecture note is useful to student s of health science, medicine and other students and academicians. It is believed to provide basic knowledge to students on medical parasitology.
Author(s): Dawit Assafa, Ephrem Kibru, S. Nagesh, Solomon Gebreselassie, Fetene Deribe, Jemal Ali
This lab is an introduction to some techniques used by veterinarians to detect eggs, cysts, and larvae of parasites in the feces of animals. Proper use of the microscope is vital to these techniques.
Author(s): University of Pennsylvania
Human parasitology, an important part of parasitology, study the medical parasites including their morphology, life cycle, the relationship with host and environment. The objectives of this book is to study the way or the measurement of parasitic diseases control.
Author(s): Lu Gang
This note describes the following topics: Coccidia of the World, Basic biology of Cryptosporidium, Animal and human parasite images, Commercial reagents for cryptosporidial research and Potential therapies for Cryptosporidium parvum.
Author(s): Kansas State University
This note deals with the subjects of clinical parasitology and medical mycology. It explains the following topics: Introduction to Parasitology, Nematodes, Cestodes, Trematodes, Intestinal Protozoa, Blood and Tissue Protozoa, Malaria, Arthropods and Mycology.
Author(s): Dale Dingley
This book describes the following topics: Intestinal Parasites: Entamoeba histolytica, Giardia lamblia, Taeniarhynchus saginatus, Diphyllobothrium latum and Ascaris lumbricoides, Blood Parasites: Trypanosoma brucei subspecies, Trypanosoma cruzi, Plasmodium species and Schistosoma species, Tissue and Other Parasites: Leishmania species, Toxoplasma gondii, Fasciola hepatica, Onchocerca volvulus and Trichinella spiralis.
Author(s): Brian E. Keas
This note covers the following topics: Type of parasites, Nomenclature of parasites, Life cycle of parasites, Effects of Parasites on human body, Body reaction against parasites, Body syndromes against parasites and Treatment of parasitic disease.
Author(s): Kabul university
This note covers the following topics: Veterinary Parasitology, Parasitism, The Spectrum of Parasitism, Ancylostomatoidea, Diptera (flies), Parasitic Diseases of Horses, Metastrongyloidea, Siphonaptera, Parasitic Diseases of Cattle, Rhabditoidea, Phthiraptera, Parasitic Diseases of Sheep and Goats, Ascaridoidea, Acarina - Mites, Parasitic Diseases of Dogs and Cats, Oxyuroidea, Acarina - Ticks , Parasiticides - the Anthelmintics, Trichuroidea, Introduction to Protozoa, Heartworm, , Spiruroidea, Amoebae, Immune Responses to Parasites and Filarioidea.
This note describes the following topics: Factors in disease prevention and control, Bacterial diseases, Viral diseases, Fungal diseases, Parasitic diseases, Nutritional diseases and Hereditary diseases.
Author(s): A Pacific Northwest Extension Publication