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==Protozoa==
==Protozoa==
*[[Entamoeba histolytica]]
{{Protozoa}}
*[[Giardia lamblia]]
*[[Leishmania]]
*[[Balantidium coli]]
*[[Malaria]]
*[[Cryptosporidium]]
*[[Chagas Disease]]
*[[African Sleeping Sickness]]
*[[Toxoplasma gondii]]
*[[Trichomonas vaginalis]]


==[[Helminths]]==
==[[Helminths]]==
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==[[Ectoparasites]]==
==[[Ectoparasites]]==
*[[Bedbugs]]
{{Ectoparasite DDX}}
*[[Lice]]
*[[Myiasis]]
*[[Scabies]]
*[[Ticks]]
{{Ectoparasite images}}
{{Ectoparasite images}}


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[[Category:ID]]
[[Category:ID]]
[[Category:TropMed]]
[[Category:Tropical Medicine]]

Latest revision as of 11:37, 19 September 2017

Background

  • Although any organism that "lives in or on another and takes its nourishment from that other organism" is technically a parasite, in common medical parlance "parasitic diseases" refer to infections due to protozoa, helminths, arthropods, or other "macroparasites"

Protozoa

Protozoa

Helminths

Helminth infections

Cestodes (Tapeworms)

Trematodes (Flukes)

Nematodes (Roundworms)

Ectoparasites

Domestic U.S. Ectoparasites

See also travel-related skin conditions

Ectoparasite & Related Images

Marine Dermatitis

See Also