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Describe how Paragonimus westermanii appears under the microscope. 85x55m, operculated, thickened aboperculum and no knob.
What trematodes is nicknamed the Chinese liver fluke and is also very small in size. Clinorchis sinensis
List the three organisms in the Schistosomes and which one is best recovered in a mid day urine. Schistosoma japonicum, Schistosoma Mansoni, Schistosoma haematobium. Schistosoma haematobium is recovered in midday urine.
How can one distinguish between Fasciola hepatica and Fasciola buski? They are indistinguishable except by geographical distribution, F. hepatica in Europe and South America F. buski in Asia.
Describe the spine locations of the three Schistosomes. S. mansoni has a lateral spine, S. haematobium has a terminal spine, S. japonicum has a lateral knob not a true spine.
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