parasitological


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parasitological

pertaining to or emanating from parasitology.

parasitological examination
includes examination of feces for protozoa, worm eggs or larvae and for tapeworm segments, skin scrapings for arthropod parasites, blood samples for protozoa, microfilariae, for plasma pepsinogen levels, and examination of gross specimens.
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The few parasitological studies in animal hybrid zones have been conducted with both different host and parasite systems.
infantum infection was confirmed using the indirect fluorescent antibody test (IFAT[greater than or equal to]40), parasitological bone marrow examination, IHC and qPCR of fragments from the liver, spleen, lymph nodes and skin.
Despite this great diversity, parasitological studies focusing on ecological aspects, such as helminth community structure are scarce.
Complete healing of the lesions was regarded as complete clinical and parasitological healing (negative direct smear).
The Fresh worms collected from the animals using gloved hands, were identified with a microscope in the parasitological laboratory and specimens of nematodes found were cleared in lactophenol before examination under a microscope [1].
Haemonchus eggs present were identified using standard parasitological criteria [12,13,14].
After histological report, stool and urine samples were collected and parasitological examination revealed eggs of S.
At The Hospital for Tropical Diseases he supervised the diagnostic parasitological laboratory at the Hospital for Tropical Diseases introducing the ELISA serology technique for detecting anti-parasite antibodies in serum.
With a 14-day adequate clinical and parasitological response of 95%, the result of this study is comparable to others obtained in similar settings which showed a 94% efficacy in Gabonese children (15) and some other African countries (11).
In the absence of, or if there is a delay in obtaining, a definitive parasitological diagnosis patients with severe malaria, or at high risk thereof, should be presumptively treated for malaria on clinical grounds.
Primary unresponsiveness has been defined as no clinical or parasitological improvement during or after the first course of treatment with pentavalent antimonials (3).