Biology 545 and Biology 546
Supplemental Tutorial for Human Parasitology
Copyright© 1999-2015 (Steve J. Upton, Kristin Michel)

15 January 2014
Kristin Michel (kmichel@ksu.edu)



This tutorial, currently composed of 145 different images, is solely designed as a supplement to Biology 545 (Human Parasitology) and Biology 546 (Human Parasitology Laboratory) taught each spring semester at Kansas State University. The majority of questions pose a hypothetical diagnostic scenario for you to solve. Even more photographs of parasites, including many that infect humans, can be found at the Animal/Human Parasitology images website so feel free to explore there as well. Over 650 different photos of parasites are currently associated with these two sites, so hopefully you'll stay amused.

The information presented here is designed solely for students, and should not be used as a basis for a definitive diagnosis. If you have any concerns about parasite infections please contact your local physician and veterinarian.

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