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Ancylostoma spp.
1.common name:
2.zoonotic y/n:
3.transmission:
4.clinical findings:
5.diagnosis:
6.treatment:
1.common name: HOOOKWORMS
2.zoonotic y/n:Y
3.transmission:LARVATED EGGS INGESTION, TRANSDERMAL, TRANSPORT HOSTS, TRANSMAMMARY
4.clinical findings:VOMITING, MIXED BOWEL DIARRHEA, LARGE BOWEL DIARRHEA
5.diagnosis:FLOAT-EGG
6.treatment:PYRANTEL, FENBENDAZOLE
Strongyloides stercoralis
1.common name:
2.zoonotic y/n:
3.transmission:
4.clinical findings:
5.diagnosis:
6.treatment:
1.common name:HOOKWORMS
2.zoonotic y/n:Y
3.transmission:LARVATED EGGS INGESTION, TRANSDERMAL, TRANSPORT HOSTS, TRANSMAMMARY
4.clinical findings:MIXED BOWEL DIARRHEA, LARGE BOWEL DIARRHEA
5.diagnosis:FLOAT, BAERMANN-LARVA
6.treatment:FENBENDAZOLE
Uncinaria stenocephala
1.common name:
2.zoonotic y/n:
3.transmission:
4.clinical findings:
5.diagnosis:
6.treatment:
1.common name:HOOKWORM
2.zoonotic y/n:Y
3.transmission:LARVATED EGGS INGESTION, TRANSDERMAL, TRANSPORT HOSTS, TRANSMAMMARY
4.clinical findings:VOMITING, MIXED BOWEL DIARRHEA, LARGE BOWEL DIARRHEA
5.diagnosis:FLOAT-EGG
6.treatment:PYRANTEL, FENBENDAZOLE
Balisascaris procyonis
1.common name:
2.zoonotic y/n:
3.transmission:
4.clinical findings:
5.diagnosis:
6.treatment:
1.common name:ROUNDWORM
2.zoonotic y/n:Y
3.transmission:LARVATED EGGS INGESTION, TRANSPORT HOSTS
4.clinical findings:VOMITING
5.diagnosis:FLOAT-EGG
6.treatment:PYRANTEL, FENBENDAZOLE
Toxocara spp.
1.common name:
2.zoonotic y/n:
3.transmission:
4.clinical findings:
5.diagnosis:
6.treatment:
1.common name:ROUNDWORMS
2.zoonotic y/n:Y
3.transmission:LARVATED EGG INGESTION, TRANSPLACENTAL (DOGS), TRANSMAMMARY (CATS), TRANSPORT HOSTS
4.clinical findings:VOMITING
5.diagnosis:FLOAT-EGGS
6.treatment:PYRANTEL, FENBENDAZOLE
Toxascaris leoninia
1.common name:
2.zoonotic y/n:
3.transmission:
4.clinical findings:
5.diagnosis:
6.treatment:
1.common name:ROUNDWORMS
2.zoonotic y/n:N
3.transmission:LARVATED EGGS INGESTION, TRANSPORT HOSTS
4.clinical findings:VOMITING
5.diagnosis:FLOAT-EGGS
6.treatment:PYRANTEL, FENBENDAZOLE
Ollulanus tricuspis (cats)
1.common name:
2.zoonotic y/n:
3.transmission:
4.clinical findings:
5.diagnosis:
6.treatment:
1.common name:CAT STOMACH WORM
2.zoonotic y/n:N
3.transmission:IGEST EGGS IN VOMITUS
4.clinical findings:VOMITING
5.diagnosis:ENDOSCOPY-ADULT
6.treatment:PYRANTEL, FENBENDAZOLE
Physaloptera canis (dogs and cats)
1.common name:
2.zoonotic y/n:
3.transmission:
4.clinical findings:
5.diagnosis:
6.treatment:
1.common name:DOG AND CAT STOMACH WORM
2.zoonotic y/n:N
3.transmission:INGESTION OF TRANSPORT HOST OR ARTHOPODS INTERMEDIATE HOST (COCKROACH, ETC)
4.clinical findings:VOMITING
5.diagnosis:ENDOSCOPY-ADULT
6.treatment:PYRANTEL, FENBENDAZOLE
Trichuris vulpis
1.common name:
2.zoonotic y/n:
3.transmission:
4.clinical findings:
5.diagnosis:
6.treatment:
1.common name:WHIPWORM
2.zoonotic y/n:N
3.transmission:INGESTION OF EGGS
4.clinical findings:MIXED BOWEL DIARRHEA, LARE BOWEL DIARRHEA, RARELY VOMITING
5.diagnosis:FLOAT-EGGS
6.treatment:FENBENDAZOLE
Spirocerca lupi
1.common name:
2.zoonotic y/n:
3.transmission:
4.clinical findings:
5.diagnosis:
6.treatment:
1.common name:ESOPHAGEAL WORM
2.zoonotic y/n:N
3.transmission:INGESTION OF ARTHROPOD INTERMEDIATE HOSTS
4.clinical findings:REGURGITATION
5.diagnosis:FLOAT-EGGS; ENDOSCOPY
6.treatment:MOXIDECTIN OR DORAMECTIN
Dipylidium caninum
1.common name:
2.zoonotic y/n:
3.transmission:
4.clinical findings:
5.diagnosis:
6.treatment:
1.common name:TAPEWORM (CESTODE)
2.zoonotic y/n:Y
3.transmission:INGESTION OF FLEA
4.clinical findings:UNTHRIFTY
5.diagnosis:PROGLOTTIDS, FECAL-EGGS
6.treatment:PRAZIQUANTEL, EPSIQUANTEL
Echinococcus granulosa
1.common name:
2.zoonotic y/n:
3.transmission:
4.clinical findings:
5.diagnosis:
6.treatment:
1.common name:TAPEWORM(CESTODE)
2.zoonotic y/n:Y
3.transmission:INGESTION OF SHEEP
4.clinical findings:SUBCLINICAL
5.diagnosis:FECAL-EGGS
6.treatment:PRAZIQUANTEL
Mesocestoides
1.common name:
2.zoonotic y/n:
3.transmission:
4.clinical findings:
5.diagnosis:
6.treatment:
1.common name:TAPEWORMS (CESTODES)
2.zoonotic y/n:N
3.transmission:GI- TRANSPORT HOST, VISCERAL-UNKNOWN
4.clinical findings:GI-SUBCILINICAL, VISCERAL-ABDOMINAL
5.diagnosis:GI-EGGS, VISCERAL-ULTRASOUND, LAPAROTOMY/SCOPY
6.treatment:UNKNOWN
Echinococcus mutilocularis
1.common name:
2.zoonotic y/n:
3.transmission:
4.clinical findings:
5.diagnosis:
6.treatment:
1.common name:TAPEWORM
2.zoonotic y/n:Y
3.transmission:INGESTION OF RODENTS
4.clinical findings:SUBCLINICAL
5.diagnosis:FECAL-EGGS
6.treatment:PRAZIQUANTEL
Taenia spp.
1.common name:
2.zoonotic y/n:
3.transmission:
4.clinical findings:
5.diagnosis:
6.treatment:
1.common name:TAPEWORM
2.zoonotic y/n:N
3.transmission:INGESTION OF RABBITS/RODENTS
4.clinical findings:UNTHRIFTY
5.diagnosis:PROGLOTTIDS, FECAL-EGGS
6.treatment:PRAZIQUANTEL, FENBENDAZOLE
Eurytrema pancreaticum
1.common name:
2.zoonotic y/n:
3.transmission:
4.clinical findings:
5.diagnosis:
6.treatment:
1.common name:FLUKE
2.zoonotic y/n:N
3.transmission:INGESTION OF AMPHIBIAN
4.clinical findings:PANCREATITIS
5.diagnosis:FECAL-EGGS
6.treatment:PRAZIQUANTEL
Platynosomum fastosum
1.common name:
2.zoonotic y/n:
3.transmission:
4.clinical findings:
5.diagnosis:
6.treatment:
1.common name:FLUKE
2.zoonotic y/n:N
3.transmission:INGESTION OF GECKO
4.clinical findings:HEPATIC
5.diagnosis:FECAL-EGGS
6.treatment:PRAZIQUANTEL
Giardia spp.
1.common name:
2.zoonotic y/n:
3.transmission:
4.clinical findings:
5.diagnosis:
6.treatment:
1.common name:GIARDIA
2.zoonotic y/n:Y
3.transmission:INGESTION OF CYSTS
4.clinical findings:SMALL BOWEL DIARRHEA
5.diagnosis:WET MOUNT (TROPHOZOITES), FLOAT AND IFA-CYSTS,AG
6.treatment:METRONIDAZOLE, FENBENDAZOLE
Tritrichomonas foetus
1.common name:
2.zoonotic y/n:
3.transmission:
4.clinical findings:
5.diagnosis:
6.treatment:
1.common name:Trich
2.zoonotic y/n:N
3.transmission:INGESTION OF TROPHOXZOTIES WHILE GROOMING
4.clinical findings:MIXED BOWEL DIARRHEA, LARGE BOWEL DIARRHEA
5.diagnosis:WET MOUNT (TROPHOZITES), CULTURE
6.treatment:RONIDAZOLE
Isospora spp.
1.common name:
2.zoonotic y/n:
3.transmission:
4.clinical findings:
5.diagnosis:
6.treatment:
1.common name:COCCIDIANS
2.zoonotic y/n:N
3.transmission:INGESTION OF OOCYSTS
4.clinical findings:MIXED BOWEL DIARRHEA, LARGE BOWEL DIARRHEA
5.diagnosis:FLOAT-OOCYST
6.treatment:SULFADIMETHOXINE, TRIMETHOPRIM-SULFA
Cryptosporidium spp.
1.common name:
2.zoonotic y/n:
3.transmission:
4.clinical findings:
5.diagnosis:
6.treatment:
1.common name:COCCIDIANS
2.zoonotic y/n:Y
3.transmission:INGESTION OF OOCYSTS
4.clinical findings:SMALL BOWEL DIARRHEA
5.diagnosis:ACID-FAST STAIN, IFA-OOCYST
6.treatment:TYLOSIN, AZITHROMYCIN
Toxoplasma gondii
1.common name:
2.zoonotic y/n:
3.transmission:
4.clinical findings:
5.diagnosis:
6.treatment:
1.common name:COCCIDIAN
2.zoonotic y/n:Y
3.transmission:INGESTION OF OOCYSTS
4.clinical findings:POLYSYSTEMIC
5.diagnosis:FLOAT (OOCYST), SEROLOGY
6.treatment:CLINDAMYCIN, TRIMETHOPRIM-SULFA
16 week, MI, DSH 16 week, MI, DSH
Ascarids
What zoonotic What zoonotic
parasite is associated parasite is associated
with raccoon latrines? with raccoon latrines?
Baylisascaris
procyonis
6 mo, FI, infant 6 mo, FI, infant
HOOKWORMS
List 2 parasites associated with vomiting
that are almost always fecal negative!
4 yr, MC, Lab 4 yr, MC, Lab
Trichuris vulpis
GIARDIA
Pet store kitten Pet store kitten
Tritrichomonas fetus
22 yr, MI, vet student 22 yr, MI, vet student
C. parvum
3 yr old, MS, DSH 3 yr old, MS, DSH
Dipylidium CANIUM