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Ben Kean lecture 3

What are teh different schistosoma species? Haemotolium (bladder), Mansoni (bowel), Japonicum (bowel)
What are teh clinical manifestations of acute schisto? Swimmers itch Katayama fever (Chills, fever, sweating, cough, hepatosplenomegaly, lmphadenopathy)
What are teh chornic urinary complications of schisto? usually haemotobium, causes heamturia, mass bladder lesions, bladder cancers
What are teh chronic intestinal complications of schisto? Hepatosplenic disease(pipe stem fibrosis)seizures disorders (S. Japonicum)
How do you distinguish the eggs in schisto? Japanicom are small, s. haemotobium are medium, S. Mansoni are like africa(big)
How do you get schisto? Snails, swimming
Name 3 intestinal tapeworms Diphyloobithrium latum, Taenia saginata, Taenia solium
Diphyloobothrium is from what? Fish
Taenia Saginata is from what? Beef
Taenia Solium is from what? Pork
What is the only extraintestinal worm? Echinococcus granulosus.
Describe life cycle of diphyloobothrium latum Egg feces - water - fish - we eat fish
What are the general symptoms of tapeworms? Abdominal discomfort, weight loss, malnutrition, B12 deficiency (Fishy one - lathum)
Describe the life cycle of Taenia solium and sagnita Cows eat - goes to meat/muscle - we eat - inside intestines
What are teh dangerous complications of Taenia Solium? Cysterosis, Neurocysterois which are swiss cheese lesions in brain
What are teh common symptoms in neurocystoserosis? Seizures, headache, nausea, vomitting, altered mental status
What are teh symptoms of echinococcus granuloma? Hepatic cyst, pulmonary cyst
How may you get trichenella spiralis? Eating infected pork
Where does Trichenella Spiralis go? Usually you find it inside muscle
What are the cardinal features of trichenella spiralis? Fever, periorbital/facial edema, myalgia, eosinophilliathorugh mosquitoes
Where does W. Bancrofit usually effect? lymphatics
What diseases do you get from w. bancrofit? elephantitis, hypergonadism
How is w. bancrofti transmitted? mosquitoes
How is onchoecerca volvulus transmitted? via simulation blackflies
Which are teh 2 organs that onchocerra affects most? Eyes and skin
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