Parasitic diseases

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African sleeping sickness

Tsetse fly

Winterbottom's sign: posterior cervical LAD (Gambiense)

Swimmer's itch

Cercaria (non-human schistisomes)

Exposed areas

Seabather's eruption

Under bathing suit

-Nematocysts of the larval forms of sea anemones: Edwardsiella lineata

Thimble jellyfishe: Linuche unguiculata

Cnidaria larve get trapped, release toxin

Cysticercosis

Humans can become intermediate host and then get invasive disease

Enterobius vermicularis

Nocturnal perianal itch (pinworm)

Larva Currens

Thumbprint sign: periumbilical purpura

Strongyloides stercoralis

Dracunculosis

Copepods (Cyclops spp)

Metro and excision

Loa loa

Calabar swelling: localized angioedema

Mature worm migrates across eye


Trichinosis

Trichinella spiralis

Splinter hemorrhages

Pork, polar bear, walrus

M. Opercularis

Wolly caterpillar

Train-track hemorrages

-'Erucism' inflammation around hairs, can be chronic, can cause systemic effects

Cimex lenticularis

Bedbugs

Hep B carrier's

Myiasis

Source

7/2/09 PANI