Wuchereria Information and Courses from MediaLab, Inc.
These are the MediaLab courses that cover Wuchereria and links to relevant pages within the course.
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|Arrange the following phases of the Wuchereria bancrofti life cycle in order beginning with human transmission:||View Page|
|Match each parasite listed here with the appropriate laboratory technique that may be used for its identification: Each answer may only be used once.||View Page|
|This suspicious form was recovered from a nodule biopsy. It measures 225 µm in length and lacks a sheath.||View Page|
|Which of the following symptoms are associated with an infection of the parasite pictured below?||View Page|
|Match each parasite name listed here with its corresponding picture.||View Page|
|Match each parasite listed here with its respective classification:||View Page|
|Match each pair of parasites listed here with the key morphologic characteristics that help to distinguish between them:||View Page|
|An 18 year old immigrant from the Philippines presented to the local clinic shortly after relocating to the United States complaining of fever and chills. Examination of the young adult revealed enlarged lymph nodes. Blood was drawn and submitted for culture and parasitic examination. The culture was negative. This suspicious form was seen on the Giemsa-stained blood smear. It measures 225 µm in length. This patient is most likely infected with:||View Page|
|I am typically found in blood. I measure 260 µm in length and possess a sheath.||View Page|
|I am sheathed and measure 200 µm. I am found in blood.||View Page|
|Which of the following parasites may be recovered in the peripheral blood?||View Page|