By S. K. Rai, S. Uga, N. Kataoka, T. Matsumura
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A case ofocular toxocariasis. l02. Toxocara eggs. 103. Toxocara eggs (Embryonated). 104. Scanning electron (a, b) and light (c, d) microphotograph of Toxocara canis (a, c) and T. cati (b, d). 105. Toxocara canis adult worm. 106. Cervical alae of Toxocara. Relatively narrower and unstriated T. canis cervical alae(A) and broad and striated T. cati cervical alae(B). 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 Capillaria hepatica (Phylum: Nemathelminth) C. hepatica is primarily a parasite of rodents. Morphologically it is very much close to Trichuris spp.
Gondii tissue cyst (Bradyzoites) in brain tissue. 83. Transmission electron microphotograph of T. gondii tissue cyst. 84. T. gondii oocyst. 85. A case of ocular toxoplasmosis (A well defined scar in retina). Pneumocystis carinii (Phylum: Apicomplexa) P. carinii is a protozoan parasite found in the lung of various mammals including man. It exists in two forms - trophozoite and cyst. The cyst measuring 5-7 µm in diameter contains eight intracystic bodies. The cysts are expectorated in the sputum.
67. Body of D. caninum adult worm. 68. Scolex of D. caninum (Scanning electron microphotograph). 63 64 65 66 67 68 Blood and Tissue Protozoa Plasmodium species (Phylum: Apicomplexa) Four species of Plasmodium can infect man and cause the number one killer parasitic disease - the malaria. The species infecting man are: P. falciparum, P vivax, P. ovale, and P. malariae. These parasites complete its life-cycle in two hosts man (intermediate host) and female anopheline mosquitoes (definitive host).
Atlas of Medical Parasitology by S. K. Rai, S. Uga, N. Kataoka, T. Matsumura