Pharmacy Charts - NAPLEX, CPJE RX Review
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Of Ants and Ungulates: The Notorius Dicrocoelium dendriticum
Greetings all! First and foremost, I must apologize for the entire month of November. I didn't post anything because I was caught up in the ...
Fasciola hepatica. Fascioliasis is a parasitic infection typically caused by Fasciola hepatica, which is also known as "the common liver fluke" or "the sheep liver fluke." People usually become infected by eating raw watercress or other water plants contaminated with immature parasite larvae. The immature larval flukes migrate through the intestinal wall, the abdominal cavity, and the liver tissue, into the bile ducts, where they develop into mature adult flukes, which produce eggs.
You would think that of all living things, parasites would have the least need to move around. After all, it is sitting in its ideal habitat and is already (in a way) surrounded by food. Why would it need to go anywhere else? But most parasites usually reside at a very specific part of the host's body - at some stage, it would have had to makes its way there somehow, even if it stays in one spot after that. Furthermore for some parasites, where they live on the host is not the same as where…