Block 6 Infectious Disease - Parasites

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water born, snail secondary host. Blind gut.
Tx for tape worm
Sepentine rash
Soil. Skin - lungs - gi.MCC of anemia/iron deficiency.
Intracellular. Diarrhea from day care, swimming pool
Rapid onset of african sleeping sickness (death within a few weeks) Trypanosomiasis brucei .....
Tx for ascariasis
Chagas disease. Reduvid bug 1. Chagoma - inflammatory lesion of entry . 2. Acute diseaminated disease (Hard to diagnose). 3. Chronic disease
Diffuse cutaneous disease looking all the world like lepromatous leprasy.
Visceral disease resulting in MASSIVE shapatosplenomegaly and pancytopenia
Dx. sctoch tap test. coinfection with Dientomeba fragilis. Large intestine. no invasion. eggs migrate out of the rectum
hydatid cyst. Sheep dogs.
Cadiomegaly, GI mega disease (esophagomegaly, large bowel enlargment
Duodenum/jejunum
tx for whip worm
Snail is intermediate host. Infect colonic mesenteric veins. MCC of rare squamous cell carcinoma of the bladder.
Loffner's syndrome - eosinophilic wheezing
Larva or eggs in stool of strongyloides infected pt. Autoinfection
River blindness, Black fly. Infects the skin and crawls towards the eye. Horrific itching resulting in thick discolored skin. Dx by skin snip
Tx for cryptosporidium parvum
Jejunum/ Illieum
Crowded tropical area. Flask shaped lesions in the colonic epithelium because it cant pass the muscularis mucosa. Dissentary.
Tx of leishmaniasis
anemia, thrombocytopenia, leukopenia, exhaustion, nausea, diarrhea, jaundice
Beef tape worm - Taenia .....
Tx for giardia
West africa, slow onset of african sleeping disease: Trypanosomiasis brucei .....
colon inhabitation
African sleeping sickness - Tsetse fly
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Cutaneous disease producing difiguring scars. self limited
No double ring. 2 MCC cause of malaria
Filaria. Girls>Men. Mosquito vector. Filaria resides in the lymphatics. Eggs are released nocturnally. Asymptomatic until worm death. After death - Fever, splenomegaly, and chronic
Beavers. 2 Macronuclei. MCC parasitic infection. invade columnar epithelium. Diarrhea, steatorrhea
high cause of environmental asthma. Dog. Visceral disementation, no larva in feces. Larva migrans causes strabismus
Vitamin B12 anemia - D. ....
Tx pinworm
Pork tape worm - Taenia ......
poorly cooked meat with encysted larvae. Fairly asymptomatic. Eggs in stool. Proglottid segments and a scolex
Tx. hook worm
Mango fly. Migrating swelling lesions. Infects and crosses the sclera. larvae in subcutaneous tissue. Tx is DEC or Ivermectin
Liver fluke. fish. Bile duct fibrosis
Foot long. Soil. GI - circulation - lungs - GI. Small intestine. Intestinal obstruction, cholangitis/pancreatitis.
steroids make it much worse.
Tx. for filarial elephantitis (Abrv.)
tx for strongyloides
Forms an oval shape. malaria
Co infection with pin worm. bigger than crypto
Elephantitis
soil. no invasion. live both extra and intra - cellularly.. Rectal prolapse
Tx for onchocerciasis
Cat feces. Undercooked meat.crescent shape. Fance, el salvador. terrible congential infection. HIV
Blood fluke
Cirrhosis/portal hypertension (looks a lot like alcoholism)/ hepatosplenomegaly.Katayama fever, puritic macularpapular rash. granulomatous colitis.
Soil. Skin - lungs - gut. Small intestine. Eosinophila. HTLV-1 coinfection.
Mucocutaneous disease resulting in massive destruction of mucous membranes of mouth nose and throat. Occurs months after primary infx.
Most sever malaira. Double ring. Banana. Lots of cells infected
Lung fluke. hemoptosis. Crab

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