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Post  sudheerkher on Fri Nov 14, 2008 8:34 pm


Enlist the various trematodes.

A. Hermaphrodite :
a. Biliary: Clonarchis sinensis, Fasciola hepatica, Opisthorchis species.
b. Intestinal :
i. Small intestines - Fasciolopsis buski, Watsonius watsoni
ii. Large Intestines – Gastrodiscoides hominis
iii. Respiratory – Parogonymus westermani
B. Dieceous Blood flukes – Schistosomes

The trematode or flukes are leaf shaped and covered with a resistant cuticle which may be smooth or spiny .

-species of Schistosomes and diseases caused:

a. Schistosoma hematobium – Painless terminal hematuria (Endemic hematuria), chronic cystitis, calculi. Bilharziasis.

b. Schistosoma mansonii – Intestinal Bilharziasis or Schistosomal dysentery.

c. Schistosoma japonicum – Oriental schistosomiasis or Katayama disease.

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