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Juno Siobhan McLoughlin

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carol_doydora Cramming 101. Loving parasitology.. Haha! Bntay dli madistinguish ang mga distinguishing characteristics.. #parasitology#theyALLookthesame 6h

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yohwaayyy Guys kaya natin ito!!! May mid-term pa...mga parasite at dugo lang yan..hahhahahaha..choosss..
Walang susuko!!
#Buhaymedtech
#Hematology
#Parasitology
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Video Veterinary Medicine Worldwide
vetmedworld Thank you @_jenn_butler_ for this submission . Here is a slide showing the parasite Notoedres cati or feline scabies. These mites live in deep burrows within the dermis. And yes they are zoonotic!

#Vet #VetTech #Veterinary #RVT #Veterinarian #VetLife #VetMed #DVM #VetTechLife #Surgery #VeterinaryMedicine #SurgeryTech #VeterinaryAssistant #VeterinaryTechnician #VetSchool #VetNurse #VetStudent #VetsOfInstagram #Radiographs #XRay #Zoonotic #Parasite #Parasitology #Microscope #Scabies #Mites #Parasites #Mite #Follow

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19h penog
Reyes Perony Nogueira
  •   ninha.tucci Me deu até saudade de ler esses artigos, mas a vontade durou 5 seg e passou. 18h
  •   penog Hahahaha Posso imaginar essa sensação, @ninha.tucci ! Assim que terminar, sentirei o mesmo. Só não será por tanto tempo assim... talvez 1 segundo. 18h
  •   ninha.tucci Kkkkkkkk 18h

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Video Ale Hdz Benítez (اليخاندرو)
alehbenitez Observación al microscopio, preparación en fresco de heces de rata (Rattus norvegicus var. albina), el día 25 post infección con larvas cisticercoides de Hymenolepis diminuta. .

Se observa un huevo de H. diminuta (esférico) con movimiento del embrión hexacanto en su interior, y sobre el se observa la larva rabdiforme (o rabditifotme) de un oxiuro de roedor, sin identificar la especie, pues se trata de un organismo no contemplado en el experimento. En dicho estadio juvenil se distingue claramente el esófago musculoso con un itsmo o depreció entre dos ensanchamientos, lo que nos habla del estadio en el que se encuentra el parásito.
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Video de mi autoría (@alehbenitez) tomado en el Departamento de Parasitología de la Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Biológicas, Ciudad de México.
#Hymenolepis #Hymenolepisdiminuta #Hymenolepisnana #Cestodo #Parásito #Parasitología #Microbiología #Helminto #Tenebrio #Escarabajo #Hospedero #HuéspedParásito #Helmintos #parasitology #microbiology #Micro #QBP #ENCB #IPN #QuímicoBacteriólogoParasitólogo #Laboratory #Laboratorio #Biología #AmoLaBiología #AmoLaMicrobiología #AmoLaParasitología #LoveBiology #LoveMicrobiology #LoveParasitology #Micro #Parásitos
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  •   david_damaso Por Dios no había visto algo así! Felicidades buen trabajo! 18h
  •   white8heart What is this worm? 4h
  •   white8heart The ovum is bigger than this worm thus I have dauoght 4h
  •   starkwars_ Qué hermoso! 2h
  •   alehbenitez @white8heart the worm and the ovum aren't the same organism; the worm is an enteric nematode parasite of rodents, it wasn't identified but I think (and just is my opinion) would be Syphacia oblevata and the ovum is of Hymenolepis diminuta, is a cestoda worm, intestinal parasite of rodents too. There are two different organisms in this video. 2h
  •   alehbenitez @david_damaso y @starkwars_ ! Muchas gracias!!! Saludos!!! 2h
  •   white8heart @alehbenitez thanx alot for this clarification 7min

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kattseven MAGGOT MONDAY!
But seriously this is pretty crazy and not even close to being funny.
#Repost @mrs_angemi with @repostapp.

This is a very rare condition known as oral myiasis. Oral myiasis is defined as infestation of a live human with fly larvae (maggots) that feeds on the host’s dead or living tissue. Myiasis frequently occurs in rural areas, infecting livestock, and in humans prevails in unhealthy individuals in third world countries. They can infest several parts of the body including the skin (cutaneous), eyes (ophthalmic), oral, urogenital, nasopharyngeal and intestinal tracts. Low socioeconomic status, immunocompromised state, debilitated and unhygienic living conditions are the main contributing factors responsible for myiasis. The risk factors for oral myiasis include suppurative lesions, facial trauma, extraction wounds, fungating cancers, and others conditions. The adult female fly lays eggs on live mammals. The sites of infestation are usually superficial wounds, open sores and mucous membranes in body orifices such as the mouth, ear and nose. The eggs hatch within 24 hours and the resulting maggots burrow into the host’s tissues head-downwards into the wound in a characteristic screw-like fashion, feeding on living tissue as seen in these photos. Cases of oral myiasis have been reported to occur following dental extraction, nosocomial infection, in drug addicts, visits to tropical countries, in psychiatric patients and conditions that are likely to cause prolonged mouth opening, like mouth breathing during sleep, senility, alcoholism and mental retardation. The flies are attracted to the bad mouth odor due to neglected oral hygiene or fermenting food debris. Persistent mouth opening facilitates the deposition of the eggs by the adult fly.
#iheartautopsy #monstersinsideme #oralmyiasis #oralmyiasis #myiasis #parasite #parasitology #pathology #medical #med #medicine #medschool #medstudent #dental #dentistry #dentist #maggots #fly #gross
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  •   julio_lopez83 Please tell me this was part of an autopsy! 1d
  •   iaac4 Girl you need to put a warning before these, almost puked again 1d
  •   kattseven @iaac4 sorryyyyyy! Hahahaha 1d
  •   iaac4 Hahaha @kattseven no problem! It's very interesting and insightful! Just slightly nasty 1d
  •   _topper Wtf. How are you suppose to treat that?! 1d
  •   kattseven From other cases I've read about the Larvae can probably be grasped and manually removed with tweezers. When the infection was controlled, mobile teeth were extracted and the wound was debrided of necrotic tissue. However, I don't think this guy made it. The infection was way too advanced. @_topper 1d
  •   jstop63 @sculptrixsb examine 23h

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microbiologia_inspiradora la parasitologia tiene su encanto Repost @aaron.a.a.u with @repostapp.
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Huevo de Trichostrongylus sp. Parásito nemátodo. Análisis coprológico parasitario de oveja
#parasitology #parasitologia #biologia #zoologiadeinvertebrados #trichostrongylus
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Juno Chatsuporn Thapthanee
chatsuporn แป๊ปๆ เดี๋ยวก็ชิน #parasitology #Giardia 1d

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Lark rjay grutas
thegabstrike Not my favorite thing to see... A hoard of ticks on a heartworm positive, intact 9yo M Lab. There were probably 6 more spots that looked like this on the dog, plus stray ticks everywhere else. This kind of stuff breaks my heart. #veterinarymedicine #veterinarytechnician #veterinarytechnology #vettech #veterinarynursing #veterinarynurse #vetnursing #vetnurse #vetmed #veterinarystudent #vettechstudent #er #emergencyroom #emergencymedicine #criticalcare #icu #vettechlife #vetnurselife #veterinary #veterinarian #ervettech #ervet #parasite #tick #ticks #parasitology 2d

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Normal Mortui Vivos Docent
mrs_angemi Scabies is up there with diseases you NEVER want to get. Scabies is a parasitic infection in which the little microscopic scabies bug or mite burrows under the top layer of skin (bottom photo) where it lives and lays eggs. The most common signs and symptoms of scabies are intense itching (especially at night) and a pimple-like itchy rash. The itching and rash each may affect much of the body or be limited to common sites such as the wrist, elbow, armpit, webbing between the fingers, nipple, penis (upper right photo), waist, belt-line, and buttocks. Scratching the rash can cause skin sores which can then cause secondary bacterial infections. Scabies is found worldwide and affects people of all races and social classes. Scabies can spread rapidly under crowded conditions where close body and skin contact is frequent. Institutions such as nursing homes, extended-care facilities, prisons and daycare centers are often common sites of scabies infestation. If a person has never had scabies before, symptoms may take as long as 4-6 weeks to begin. In a person who has had scabies before, symptoms usually appear much sooner (1-4 days) after exposure. Scabies is transmitted via close skin to skin contact. They can be transmitted through sexual contact so scabies is considered by some to be an STD or sexually transmitted disease.
#iheartautopsy #mysterydiagnosis #derm #dermatology #scabies #parasite #parasiticinfection #parasitology #bio #biology #healtheducation #med #medical #medicina #medicine #medschool #med #micro microbiology
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Nashville Ranjette Joave Rago
rjrago14 Making my night productive. #Parasitology #MedTech 2d

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Normal Ash Marshall

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