Echinococcus Information and Courses from MediaLab, Inc.
These are the MediaLab courses that cover Echinococcus and links to relevant pages within the course.
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|This suspicious form, found in stool, measures 55 µm.||View Page|
|This suspicious form, found in stool, measures 54 µm by 32 µm.||View Page|
|Match each parasite name with its respective common name:||View Page|
|Match each parasite listed here with its respective classification:||View Page|
|Humans serve as accidental hosts in the life cycles of which of these this parasites?||View Page|
|Label the morphologic structures on this parasite form:||View Page|
|A 7 year old male presented to the local clinic experiencing mild, yet annoying, abdominal pain, diarrhea and nausea. Patient history revealed that the child lives in a shack where sanitation practices are marginal, at best. The dwelling is infested with rats and multiple insects. Stool was collected and submitted for parasitic study. Numerous suspicious forms, measuring 60 µm by 75 µm were seen. This child is most likely infected with:||View Page|
|I may be found in stool.||View Page|
|I have been known to reside in a number of human tissue sites including the liver and lung.||View Page|
|I am found in stool.||View Page|
|I am found in stool and measure 45 µm by 25 µm.||View Page|
|Arrange the following phases of the Echinococcus granulosus life cycle in order beginning with human transmission:||View Page|
|Xenodiagnosis has historically been used to identify:||View Page|