An Atlas of Protozoan Parasites in Animal Tissues
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, American Registry of Pathology, 1998 - Medical - 84 pages
Identification of protozoan parasites in animal tissues is often difficult and confusing. The purpose of this atlas is to create a single reference containing illustrations of the numerous species of protozoans and their stages as they appear within infected tissues. This atlas provides 257 color photographs of these organisms, as well as 36 color photomicrographs of fungi, prepared by techniques that best identify them. It also includes simplified life-cycle drawings as well as brief descriptions of the parasites, hosts, transmission, and pathogenesis. This second edition includes minor textual changes and profound enhancement of the color photographs. The illustrations in this atlas represent the most common stages under optimal conditions for identification. This atlas is intended as an aid for students, teachers, diagnosticians and researchers by facilitating identification of protozoan parasites of animals.
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acid-fast amastigotes animals Armed Forces Institute Babesia basophilic become infected Besnoitia birds bradyzoites Calyptospora Caryospora ciliates coccidia Color plate containing trophozoite cruzi Cryptosporidium cycle Cystoisospora cysts cytoplasm definitive host develop dog containing Eimeria Eimeria sp elongate eosinophilic epithelial cells epithelium erythrocytes Excystation feces flagella Frenkelia gametes gamonts Genus Giemsa stain GMS stain goat Haemogregarina Haemoproteus Hammondia hemorrhage Hepatocystis Higher magnification horse host cell immature infected by ingesting inflammatory Institute of Pathology intermediate host intraerythrocytic invertebrate Isospora Kidney lamina propria Large intestine Leishmania lesions Leucocytozoon Liver lumen Lung macrophages mammals mature schizont mature spores megaloschizont meleagridis membrane merocyst Merogony meronts merozoites microscopy multinucleate muscle Myxozoa necrosis nucleus numerous oocysts organisms Peripheral blood smear protozoans released rodents Sarcocystis schizont of Eimeria schizonts Skin Small intestine species spleen spores sporoblasts sporocysts sporogony sporont sporozoites sporulated sporulated oocysts tachyzoites Theileria tissue cysts Toxoplasma tract trophozoites trypomastigotes Unsporulated vacuole vertebrate host wall yeasts zoites