Parasitologie»: diagnostic biologique de la toxoplasmose (2h de cours ; 2h de TD . Cours toxoplasmose, DCEM1, Faculté de médecine de Rouen (commun. données devraient être disponibles au cours de l’année , résultant de la Cours magistraux, TP et ED: DCEM1 et DESS de Parasitologie Mycologie. 19 juil. DCEM1. La rentrée est le 19 septembre, le choix des modules le 20 et D1): la bactériologie-virologie-parasitologie-hygiène, la nutrition et les TP Toujours des QCMs à remplir dans la semaine suivant le cours, un QCM.

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Asthma from migration that is less sever than ascaris because molting does not occur.

4 cours et 53 QCM d’examens corrigés de parasitologie

Eggs hatch in the soil and larvate. Tape is examined under microscope to identify the presence of eggs. Larva migrate to the skeletal muscles and encyst for up to 30 years. How do humans enter the Echinococcusgranulosus loop.

Describe the lifecycle of schistosomes. What is the relative size of ascaris? What are the clinical sx parasitologje cystecercosis. Clonorchissinensis — Chinese river fluke Fasciola hepatica — Sheep liver fluke Pargonimuswestermani — Human lung fluke Schistosomes — blood flukes.

Strongyloides eggs hatch within the host resulting in the potential for autoinfection.


Organism disseminates and encystsprimarily in liver and eye. What are the agents of elephantiasis? What are the phases of Trichenellosis. The adult worms burrow into the epithelium and weaken cour. Eggs hatch in fresh water to form miracidia. Elevated when the worms are migrating to and especially when they are molting within the alveoli.

Otherwise tenesmus with chronic mucoid diarrhea occurs. Taeniasaginata — beef tapeworm. Describe the role of antibiotics in the treatment of filariasis.

What are the three methods of nematode infection. It depends on the worm burden. Where do adult schistosomes live?

None if worm burden is low. Dogs eat sheep muscle encysted with the organism. What are the vectors for filariasis. The mechanism is not understood. What is the lifecycle for Ascarislumbricoides? Blood sucking flies deposit larva in skin Nodules form filled with organisms Black flies ingest larva from nodule.

Describe the lifecycle of Taeniasolium. What dictates the level of eosinphilia between Ascaris, Necator, Ancylostoma, and Strongyloides. They persist for about 10 days before dying. Larva penetrate intestinal epithelium 4. Unencyst and develop into adults 7. I tried to mark questionable stuff with?

53 QCM d’examens corrigés et 4 cours de parasitologie

Ingestion of embryonated eggs which hatch in intestines Larva migrate praasitologie alveoli L3 larva break through into the alveolar spaces Larva migrate up trachea and are swallowed Adults mature in small intestines Eggs pass in feces Embryonate in soil for weeks.


Adults mature in the intestines. Larva hatch in small intestines 3. Correlate the intensity of disease to Ascarischracteristics. Infection with tissue nematodes transmitted by arthropods. What are the clinical sx of Trichuris.

Usually only one worm present so there is no clinical disease. A filariasis that migrates through the subcutaneous tissue of the eye. Surgical tx must be done gingerly to prevent shock.

Disclaimer The information represents my understanding only so errors and omissions are probably rampant. Nematodes, CestodesTrematodes. The source is our class notes.

Large 20cm fluid filled hydatid cysts form in the liver or viscera. Clonorchissinensis — Chinese river fluke. L3 larva penetrate skin Larva migrate to lungs and break out of alveoli Larva migrate up trachea and are swallowed Adults mature in the small intestines Eggs ebryonate and hatch in the host L2 larva pass in feces L3 larva reinfect praasitologie.

What is the lifecycle of Echinococcusgranulosus?