CACMLE Microbiology/Virology Courses

190-Online: Flukes, Tapeworms and Roundworms – Group 2 of “The Intestinal Parasites”


Contact Hours (Points): 5

Self-study course #85: “The Intestinal Parasite” reviews the major pathogenic and non-pathogenic intestinal parasites of man including protozoa, members of the Apicomplexa, and the helminths. The pathogens are discussed in detail-clinical presentation, epidemiology, mechanisms of pathogenicity, methods of diagnosis, and treatment. Fifty-six images of cysts, trophozoites, larvae and eggs, as well as sketches of the organisms are included to demonstrate key diagnostic features. Course #85: “The Intestinal Parasite” provides the participant the information needed to compare the diagnostic characteristics of each non-pathogen to those of the pathogens. Course #190: covers only Group 2 of the entire course.

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Flukes, Tapeworms and Roundworms – Group 2 of “The Intestinal Parasites”

Self-Study 190 – Basic Level

Contact Hours (Points): 5

Written by Linda A. Smith, PhD, MLS(ASCP)CM

Published 2001. Updated 2014.

Online – 190: Course Taken Online: $60.00 BUY NOW

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Here’s what satisfied customers have to say~

“Enjoyed course- good review of content taken many years ago.”
~Wendy H.

“Very helpful in identifying and learning the infection route and symptoms.“
~David P.

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