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In general, diagnosis of trematodes is when you see this in a patient’s stool

Un/Embryonated egg

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Encysted form of larva

Metacercariae

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Flukes that inhabit the lungs

Paragonimus Westermani

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Eggs with apical spine

Schistosoma hematobium

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If the infection had a lateral spine, the infection would probably be caused by

S. mansoni

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If the infection had a vestigial lateral spine, the infection would probably be caused by

S. japonicum

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Scistosoma associated with cancer

S. hematobium

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What kind of Cancer will the schistosoma in the previous number will cause?

Urinary bladder ca

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Compatible with schistosome infection?

Puritus while swimming in the lake

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Schistosome infection Associated with?

Cercariae penetrate the skin while swimming in the water

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Male worms (schistomes) possess a canal:

Gynecophoric Canal

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The canal is located on:

Ventral side

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Female Schistosomiasis?

Longer and slender

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Occurs after weeks or months, reaction against migrating schistosomule which passes thru blood circulation from liver to lung?

Katayama Disease

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Intermediate host Schistosoma
A. Snail
B. Freshwater Fish
C. Saltwater Fish

A. Snail

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Proper sequence life cycle Schistosoma in intermediate host

A. Sporocyst, Miracidia, Cercariae
B. Miracidia, Sporocyst, Cercariae
C. Cercariae, Metacercariae, Miracidia
D. Miracidia, Cercariae, Sporocyst

B. Miracidia, Sporocyst, Cercariae

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A patient infected with Schistosoma jaundice

ascites
splenomegaly
portal hypertention

splenomegaly

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Main treatment for Schistosomiasis

Praziquantel

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When passed over the body Schistosoma eggs

All have prominent spines

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Schistosoma tends to prefer

Veins

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Male Schistosoma

Male are larger and have 4‐9 testes

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What are the difference between Faciola Hepatica and Faciolopsis

Eggs cannot be differentiated

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Fasciola have?

Anterior oral sucker and posterior ventral sucker

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Intestinal organ of Fasciola?

Has lateral branches

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Liver parenchyma is inflamed with multiple subscapular abscess

Liver Rot

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Clonorchis diagnostic

Detection of eggs in feces

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Clonorchis malignancy

jaundice, hepatomegaly, abdominal pain, diarrhea and anorexia

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Which is the correct sequence of life cycle of Clonorchis in its intermediate host

Miracidia-Sporocyst-Rediae-Cercariae

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Clonorchis eggs

Have comma-shape extension from abopercular end

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Present in Fasciola hepatica but not in Fasciolopsis buski

Cephalic cone

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Fasciolopsis infective stage

Metacercariae

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Firs intermediate host

Snail

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Fasciolopsis eggs

Operculated

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DOC for Fasciolopsiasis

Praziquantel

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Heterophyes have:

Oral, ventral and genital suckers

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2nd IH of Heterophyes:

Brackish water fish (Mugil capito)

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Heterophyes infective stage

Metacercariae

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Heterophyes diagnostic stage

Embryonated eggs

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Heterophyes drug of choice

Praziquantel

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What probably happened to this patient during the first consult?

The patient was misdiagnosed as PTB and was given the wrong medication.

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What is the 1st line of treatment for this case? (Paragonimus westermani)

Praziquantel

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S. hematobium

Bladder

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Fasciola Hepatica

Oriental

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Heterophyes Heterophyes

Three suckers

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S.nasale

a blood fluke of cows