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parasitology 1yr

exam 1

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A. caninum lifecycle Direct, eggs dev in env 7-14d. Paratenic host
A. caninum infection route Skin, tracheal migration, lactogenic
A. caninum pp 2 wks
Clinical signs of hookworms Diarrhea with black tarry stool. pale mucus mem. Anemic!!!
A. tubaforme species infect cat hookworm
A. caninum species infect Dog hookworm
A. tubaforme lifecycle Direct with Larva dev in env. Paratenic host.
A. tubaforme infection route abbreviated tracheal migration
A. tubaforme pp 22-25d
A. braziliense species infect Cat and dog hookworm
A. braziliense lifecycle Direct
A. braziliense infection route No vert. transmission!!
U. stenocephala species infec dog, cat, fox hookworm
U. stenocephala lifecycle Direct
U.stenocephala infection route No vert. transmission
U. stenocephala treatment Ivermectin
Acute hookworm infection older dogs, increased number of infective larvae, worm burden
Chronic compensated hookworm infection infection w/o clinical signs. compensated w/ rapid erythropoietic response w/ iron
secondary decompensation hookworm infection older dogs with other primary conditions
Peracute hookworm infection puppies. causes anemia!
T. canis species infect Dog roundworm
T. canis lifecycle direct, L3 dev in env for 2-3wk. Paratenic host. Zoonotic!
T. canis infection route hepatic blood, tracheal migration. Hypobiosis causes in utero infection of pup.
T. canis pp 4-5 wk
T.canis clinical sign pup <3mo. pot bellied b/c fluid leak
T.cati species infect cat roundworm
T. cati lifecylce direct. paratenic host.
T.cati pp 42-49d
T. cati infection route directly in sm int.
T. cati clinical sign cough, gagging. Eggs are sticky so they are hard to release from body.
T. leonia species infect Dog, cat roundworm
T. leonia lifecycle direct. paratenic host or intermediate host.
B. procyonis species infect racoon roundworm
B. procyonis lifecycle direct. Paratentic host or intermediate host
B. procyonis pp 50-76d
B. procyonis clinical aggressive somatic migration in intermediate host. CNS
T. vulpis species infect Dog whipworm
T. vulpis lifecycle direct, egg dev in env 3wk.
T. vulpis clinical signs fluid brown diarrhea w/ mucus and blood flakes. Pseudo Addisons b/c of electrolyte imbalance
T. vulpis infection hypercontamination!!
T. vulpis treatment FBZ
S.stercoralis species infect dog threadworm
S.stercoralis lifecycle direct, homogonic females. zoonotic!
S.stercoralis infection route percutaneous, lactogenic, ingestion, autoinfection.
S.stercoralis clinical signs watery diarrhea, dehydration, death. pneumonia.
S. stercoralis treatment none FDA approved. IVM, FBZ
O. tricuspis species infect cat stomach worm
O. tricuspis lifecycle direct, ovoviviporous
O. tricuspis clinical signs chronic gastritis, vomit!! autoinfection
O. tricuspis treatment FBZ
Physaloptera species infection Dog stomach worm
Physaloptera lifecycle paratenic/ intermediate host
Physaloptera pp 56-83 d
Physaloptera clinical signs chronic gastritis. Dark feces.
Physaloptera treatment none FDA approved. Cat w/ pyrantel. Dog w/ FZB/ pyrantel
S.lupi species infect dog esophageal worm
S.lupi lifecycle paratenic/ intermediate host
S. lupi pp 5-6 mo
S.lupi clinical signs dysphagia, vomit, esophageal neoplasia, bleeding lesions= anemia.
S. lupi treatment Milbemycin
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