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Destroy Your Parasites

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Pediculosis Capitis Head Lice

Lice are obligate human parasites transmitted by person-to-person contact. Infestations are increasing in frequency because of the development of resistance to current treatments. The infestation is usually detected because of intense itching and the presence of eggs or nits adherent to the hair shaft (Fig. 33-64). Once the nit is attached to the hair shaft, the head louse develops over 3 to 4 days. Within 12 days of hatching, the nymph becomes a sexually mature adult

Companion animals in schools

Formed an organisation called PRO Dogs (Public Relations Organization for Dogs). She was determined to promote their benefits to society and to encourage responsible dog ownership. Her recognition of the positive health effects that dogs could have on the sick and elderly led to the founding of PAT Dogs (PRO dogs Active Therapy) in 1983, an organisation that arranged for volunteers to take their dogs to visit hospitals and residential homes. Today there are over 4500 PAT dogs and each of these dogs has been carefully vetted for temperament, health, and signs of external or internal parasites. The benefit that the visiting pets bring to the elderly has been discussed and there is much anecdotal as well as scientific evidence to back the theory. The most frequent success stories relate to people who were suffering severe depression and were non-communicative and withdrawn until striking up a relationship with a PAT dog. Early research into the effects of pet-facilitated therapy on the...

Clinical Manifestations Diagnosis and Treatment

O. volvulus, one of several filarial worms that are important human parasites, lives in the cutaneous and subcutaneous tissues. Humans are the only definitive host there is no animal reservoir. Numbers of adult worms, the females of which may reach a length of 50 centimeters, live in large coiled masses, which usually become surrounded by fibrotic tissue generated by the host. In these nodules, which may reach the size of a walnut and are often easily visible on the head, trunk, hips, or legs, the adults can live and breed for as long as 16 years. Thousands of larvae, the microfilariae, emerge from the nodules and migrate in the tissues of the skin. Host immune reactions to dead or dying microfilariae cause various forms of dermatologic destruction, including loss of elasticity, depigmentation, and thickening of the skin. These changes are complicated by the host's reaction to the extreme pruritis caused by the allergic reactions to the worm proteins the victim may scratch him- or...

Diseases of the Islamic World

Among internal maladies, digestive and excretory complaints are commonly referred to the descriptions suggest dysentery, internal parasites, typhoid-paratyphoid, and cancer. In Moghul India, cholera and dysentery were clearly the major diseases from the sixteenth century Asiatic cholera does not appear to have afflicted the Middle East until the early nineteenth century. Schistosomiasis (bilharzia) has been present in Egypt since pharaonic times, but it attracted no special interest in the medieval period. Dropsy and elephantiasis are often mentioned in the medical texts. Along with these conditions are observations of muscular problems, fatigue, and general malaise the last-named might be attributed to malaria, but its endemic and chronic forms were not always recognized as a specific illness and were accepted as a natural state of health.

History and Geography

Exactly 4 years after Demarquay's discovery, Otto Eduard Heinrich Wucherer, a Portuguese-born physician of German parentage who practiced in Bahia, Brazil, found some threadlike worms in a urinary blood clot of a woman suffering from hematuria (Wucherer 1868). Theodor Bilharz had discovered a worm in Egypt in 1852 that caused hematuria (Schistosoma haematobium) Wucherer was investigating the urine of Brazilian hematuria patients to learn whether the cause of the disease was the same in the New World. What he saw under the microscope differed greatly from the schistosomes Bilharz had described. Two years later, after seeing these worms in two more hematuric patients and finding that he could not identify their species from the books on human parasites that he possessed, Wucherer published his story as an incentive for some of my colleagues, better qualified and more fortunate than I, to attempt to shed light on a disease, the etiology of which is still enigmatic today (Wucherer 1868)....

Antiparasitics

Agents that treat internal parasites. Divided into anthelmintics -agents that treat helminths (roundworms, tapeworms and flukes) and antiprotozoals - agents that act against protozoa. Anthelmintics can be further divided into antinematocides (act against roundworms), anticestocides (act against tapeworms) and antitrematocides (act against flukes). Not all drugs will kill every parasite in a group but, conversely, some drugs have action against more than one group of helminths and are termed broad-spectrum anthelmintics. Anthelmintics may act as either a vermicide, which kills the parasites, or a vermifuge, which paralyses the parasite, which may then be passed

Scabies

Nodular Scabies

Scabies is caused by the mite Sarcoptes scabiei, an obligate human parasite. Patients present with a pruritic rash that is often worse in the night. Skin findings include papules, nodules, burrows, and vesiculopustules (Fig. 33-61). The distribution includes the interdigital spaces, wrists, ankles, waist, groin, and axillae. Pruritic nodules around the axillae, umbilicus, or on the penis and scrotum are highly suggestive of scabies. In children the head can also be involved. Look for burrows because these are pathognomonic of scabies and will be the best site to find mites.