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MICROBIOLOGY REVIEWER

Necator
americanus
Opistorchis vivirini
Schistosoma
mansoni
Fasciolopsis buski
Chlonorchis
sinensis
Schistosoma
japonicum
Schistosoma
haemotobium
Plasmodium
falciparum
Hymenolepis nana
Paragonimus
westermani
Diphylidium
caninum
Ascaris lumricoides
Naegleria fowleri
Acanthoamoeba
specie
Hymenolepsis
diminuta
Strongyloides
stercoralis
Enterobius
vermincularis
Diphyllobothrium
latum
Echinococcus
granulosus
Capillaria
philipinensis
Trypanosome
brucei gambiensie
Trypanosoma
brucei rhodesensie
Taenia solium

New world hookworm


South east Asian liver fluke
Intestinal schistosoma
Giant intestinal fluke
Chinese liver fluke
Oriental blood fluke
Urinary schistosome
Malignant tertian malaria
Dwarf tapeworm
Lung fluke
Dog tapeworm
Giant intestinal roundworm
Primary amoebic meningo- encephalitis
Contact lenses associated
Rat tapeworm
Thread worm
Pinworm
Fish tapeworm
Hydatid worm
Pudoc worm
West African sleeping sickness
Acute form of African sleeping sickness
Pork tapeworm

Trypanosome cruzi
Trichuris trichiuria
Taenia saginata
Wuchecheria
bancrofti
Dracunculos
medinensis
Trichenella spiralis
Brugia malayi

American trypanosomiasis
Whipworm
Beef tapeworm
Bancroftian filarial

Entamoeba
hystolytica
Lofflers syndrome
Anopheles
mosquito
Drug of choice of
filariasis
Causes
anaphylactic shock
Inflammation at
the site of
inoculation
Cervical
lymphadenopathy
Trichomonas
vaginalis
Schistosoma
Leishmania
donovani
Trichuris trichuria
Gardia lamblia
Series of
proglottids
Strongyloides
stercoralis
Ancyclostoma
braziliensis
Enterobiasis
Bancroftian
filariasis
Head of the
tapeworm

Flask shaped intestinal ulcer

Fiery serpent of the Israelites


Muscle worm
Malayan filariasis

Ascaris pneumonitis
Malaria
Diethylcarbamazine
Ruptured Hydatid cyst
Changoma

Winterbottoms sign
Strawberry cervix
Onchomelania quadrasi
Visceral leishmaniasis/ kala-azar
Associated with rectal prolapse
Falling leaf motility
Strobila
Chochin china diarrhea
Cutaneous larvae migrans
Associated with pruritis ani
Elephanthiasis
Scolex

Toxocara canis
infection
HIV virus
Hydrophobia in
rabies infection
Mumps
Rabies virus
Hermanns rash
Herpes zoster
Varicella
Roseola
Measles
Rubella
Coxsackie virus A16
Paul Bunnel
antibodies
Splenic rupture
Fifth disease
Coxsackie virus A
Epstein barr virus
Cytomegalovirus
Hermoconcentration
thrombocytopenia

Visceral larvae migrans

Retroviridae virus
Infection is contained by CD8+ cells
Inspiratory muscle spasm
Causes parotitis
Causes pain
Pruritis and paresthesia at the site of wound
Dengue fever rash
Causes shingles
Chicken pox
Nagayama spots
Kopliks spots
Forscheimer spots
Hand-foot and mouth disease
Known as heterophil antibodies
Dreaded complication of kissing disease
Erythema infecctiosum
Herpangina
Causes infectious mononucleosis
Most common cause of congenital infection
Increasing hematocrit count
Decreasing platelet count