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Definitive Host of Toxoplasma
88.9%
Host in which the Parasite reaches sexual maturity (Malaria = Mosquito, Schistosoma = Human)
79%
Host that the Parasite needs for development, but not in which it reaches sexual maturity (Malaria = Human, Schistosoma = Snail)
78%
Beef Tapeworms
77.8%
Definitive Host of Taenia solium
77.8%
Blood Protozoa which causes Chagas Disease (GI Tract and Heart Disease)
76.8%
Intermediate Host of Schistosoma
76.8%
Parasites which cause Malaria in Humans
75.8%
Blood Protozoa which causes Sleeping Sickness (encephalitis brain infection)
75.8%
Pork Tapeworms associated with seizures
73.7%
Vector for Trypanosoma brucei
70.7%
Intermediate Host of Toxoplasma/Taenia sp, Definitive Host of Schistosoma
69.7%
Vectors of Malaria known to inoculate at night
67.7%
Form of Plasmodium which ruptures from Hepatic Schizont and infects RBCs within the bloodstream
67.7%
Form of Plasmodium found in a dormant state within Hepatocytes (only P. vivax and ovale are capable of taking on this form)
66.7%
Transmission of Toxoplasma
65.7%
Plasmodium which causes severe Microvascular Disease of Brain, Kidneys, and other Organs (microvascular occlusion, systemic inflammation, hemolytic anemia, tissue hypoglycemia)
63.6%
Vector for Trypanosoma cruzi
63.6%
Cestodes (Tapeworm Flatworms)
62.6%
Plasmodiums which are less dangerous, but are able to remain dormant within the Liver as Hypnozoites
62.6%
Blood Fluke whose Adult Form resides in the Venous Plexus of the Urinary Tract (Bladder); infection results in inflammatory venule fibrosis, Hematuria, Bladder Thickening/Dysfuncti
62.6%
Helminth Subdivisions
61.6%
Form of Plasmodium found initially within the Mosquito which travels to the Liver to become a Schizont during human infection
61.6%
Form of Plasmodium found in Hepatocytes (after maturing from a Sporozoite) and RBCs (after maturing from Trophozoites)
61.6%
Form of Plasmodium which undergoes sexual reproduction within a Mosquito to form an Ookinite, which becomes an Oocyst, which ruptures to release Sporozoites
61.6%
Blood Fluke whose Adult Form resides in the Venous Plexus of the Intestines; infection results in inflammatory venule fibrosis, Periportal Hypertension and Prehepatic Cirrhosis wit
61.6%
Mechanism by which Trypanosoma evades host immunity by changing its Glycoprotein Coat via exchange of Genetic Cassettes
60.6%
Blood Flukes
60.6%
Taenia solium Life Cycle
60.6%
Genitalia Protozoa responsible for STD manifestations and Vaginitis
59.6%
Distinguishable pattern within RBC that serves as a diagnosis of Malaria via bloodsmear
59.6%
Hookworm Life Cycle
59.6%
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Clinical Manifestations of Toxoplasmosis
58.6%
Form of Plasmodium found in RBCs which matures from Merozoite into either an RBC Schizont or a Gametocyte
57.6%
Hookworm indigenous to North/South/Central America, Indonesia, South Pacific
56.6%
Schistosoma Life Cycle
56.6%
Intestinal Nematodes (Roundworms)
55.6%
Vector(s) for Babesia sp.
53.5%
Entamoeba histolytica Life Cycle
52.5%
Fish Tapeworms associated with Vitamin B12 deficiency
52.5%
Giardia lamblia Life Cycle
51.5%
Blood Protozoa; have 2-Host Life Cycles
50%
Schistosoma Mechanism of Host Immunity Evasion
49.5%
Cryptosporidium parvum Life Cycle
47.5%
Life Cycle Stage of Trypanosoma in which the parasite actively infects is tropic tissue
47.5%
Trematodes (Fluke Flatworms)
46.5%
Intestinal Protozoa which attaches, but does not invade, Small Intestine Mucosa; Most common Enteric Parasite in USA/Canada
45.5%
Blood Protozoa mainly seen in CT and NY offshore islands
45.5%
Nonpathogenic form of Entamoeba histolytica
44.4%
Disease caused by 'accidental/dead-end' Hookworm infection in which migration through the cutaneous tract produces an inflammatory reaction resulting in pruritic, serpiginous lesio
44.4%
Clinical Manifestations of Entamoeba histolytica
43.4%
Immune response characteristic of Tissue-Invasive or Migratory Phases of Helminths Life Cycle, and in Schistosoma infection
42.4%
Tissue Nematodes (Roundworms)
42.4%
Life Cycle Stage of Trypanosoma in which the parasite resides in the GI Tract of an Insect and travels through the host bloodstream to its tropic tissue
42.4%
Intestinal Protozoa transmitted via Fecal-Oral spread
41.4%
Reservoir of Giardia lamblia
41.4%
Hookworm indigenous to the Mediterranean, Far East, Middle East
41.4%
Intestinal Protozoa which infects the Mucosa of the Colon as a Trophozoite to cause invasive disease
39.4%
Parasite classification of Cryptosporidium parvum
35.4%
Intestinal Protozoa which acts as an intracellular parasite that infects Intestinal Microvilli as a Sporozoite
34.3%
Tissue Protozoa; have 2-Host Life Cycles
32.3%
Virulence Factors of Entamoeba histolytica
31.3%
Parasite 'shedders' of Cryptosporidium parvum
28.3%
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