Morphology of Diagnostic Stages of Intestinal Parasites of Man: M.M. Brooke, D.M. Melvin
U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Center for Disease Control, Bureau of Laboratories, Licensure and Development Branch, Laboratory Consultation and Development Section, 1978 - Medical parasitology - 27 pages
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amebae appearance Bacteria body cells central cestode characteristics Chromatin Clonorchis Coarse coccidia coli Colorless common Contains mature miracidium covered cysts Cytoplasm cytostome diagnostic stages difficult discrete distinct distinguishing distributed Drawings easily eccentric eggs ellipsoidal Elongate Embryonated Entamoeba esophagus extending fecal feces Fibrils flagella flagellate granular granules HAMINnaHA naOUND helminth hooks hookworm Hymenolepis identification Immature included intestinal intestinal parasites irregular Isospora knob laboratory Large larvae lateral latum less listed located mass material mature cyst membrane morphology MORPHOnaOnaA Motility naBA naHE DInaNOnaIA nana NEMATODES Nucleus Number Occasionally oocysts operculum organisms oval ovoidal parasites Pear-shaped Peripheral pointed posterior end present presented in Figure proglottids Prominent protozoa rare readily Resembles rhabditiform larvae rounded saginata saline scolex seen shell side Similar slightly Small solium Species Size Shape specimens spherical spine stained preparations Strongyloides structures Taenia thick thin trematode Trichomonas Trichostrongylus trophozoites unstained mounts Usual range vacuolated visible in unstained Yellow brown