Parasitology for Medical and Clinical Laboratory Professionals
PARASITOLOGY FOR MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIANS guides your students in understanding the background, source, recovery, and identification of a well-representative range of organisms that commonly affect humans. This text organizes a complex set of topics into an understandable and easy-to-read format that will help your students learn more about parasitic infections and how to effectively collect and prepare samples, aiding in the diagnosis of parasitosis. The subtle differences between similar parasitic organisms are explained in a simple and easily understood manner, increasing the likelihood that your students will be able to recover the parasites, prepare them for identification and, subsequently, ensure effective treatment.
Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Background of Parasitology
Epidemiology and Conditions Leading to Parasitic Infestations
Protozoal Microorganisms as Intestinal Parasites
Blood Intracellular and Other Tissue Protozoa
Epidemiology of Nematodes Cestodes and Trematodes
2011 Cengage Learning adult worms amoebae animals antibodies Babesia babesiosis bacteria bites blood cells body called cercariae cestodes clinical coli common condition contain copied Copyright 2011 Cengage cycle cysticercosis cysts cytoplasm develop diarrhea differentiation Disease Transmission dogs Due to electronic duodenale duplicated eBook and/or eChapter(s eggs ehrlichiosis electronic rights encysted endemic areas Entamoeba fecal feces female fever FIGURE filariasis flukes genus histolytica hookworm hydatid identified infect humans infection ingested intermediate host intestinal itch Laboratory Diagnosis larvae Leishmania lice liver lumbricoides Lyme disease lymphatic malaria mammals microfilariae MICROSCOPIC DIAGNOSTIC FEATURE Morphology mosquito Motility nematode nonpathogenic nuclei occur ofparasites ofthe ofthese oocysts parasitic infections pathogenic pinworm procedure proglottids protozoa Rights Reserved roundworm sample scanned scolex skin slide smears solium species Specimen Required stain stool specimens suppressed symptoms Taenia tapeworm third party content tick tion tissues transmitted Treatment and Prevention trematodes trophozoites tularemia vectors wet mount whole