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  1. Animal and Human Parasite Images
    By Steve J. Upton.
    This resource is a collection of over 400 animal and human parasite images. Images are listed under the following major headings: monogenes, digenes, cestodes, nematodes, protozoa, arthropoda, and miscellaneous taxa.
  2. A Concise Guide to Infectious and Parasitic Diseases of Dogs and Cats
    G. R. Carter (Ed.). International Veterinary Information Service.
    IVIS Online book.
  3. Diagnosis of Veterinary Endoparasitic Infections
    This program is designed to aid students, researchers, and clinicians in diagnosing parasitic infections.
  4. Ectoparasites and Endoparasites
    University of Southampton. By Clive Bennett.
    These pages are an easy guide to parasitology web-sites. There are lots of links that are useful to both academic staff and students of parasitology: Parasitology journals, web rings, literature search engines such as Clini-Web and lists of anti-parasitic drugs. In addition, details of the author's teaching modules and research is provided.
  5. Internal Parasites of Sheep
    By Nick Sangster.
    Topics covered include gastrointestinal nematodes, flukes, tapeworms and protzoa. Additionally, there is a parasite checklist for the major internal parasites found in sheep in Australia, and where in the sheep they are found, as well as an introduction to parasite dossiers.
  6. International Consortium on Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases (ICTTD-2)
    Homepage for the International Consortium on Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases (ICTTD-2), a project funded by the European Union, that aims "to provide a forum for a global network of specialists working on ticks and tick-borne diseases and to advocate an integrated research strategy covering the range of tick-borne pathogens that are present in a particular geographical region." ICTTD newsletters are available online, as are details of the projects history and objectives. A list of ICTTD-2 members is provided, and a collection of links to related Web resources is also available.
  7. Parasite Gallery
    A collection of images and life cycles of a variety of viruses, bacteria, and parasites that infect the human body.
  8. Parasite Image Library
    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Division of Parasitic Diseases.
    This image library provides access to all the images contained in the DPDx Web site, and parasites and parasitic diseases are listed alphabetically and are cross-referenced. Images are accompanied by descriptive text and each thumbnail image links to images for that specific parasite. Information is provided on the outlining causal agent, life cycle, geographic distribution, clinical features, laboratory diagnosis, and available treatments.
  9. Parasite Images
    Department of Parasitology, Faculty of Medicine, Chiang Mai University, Thailand.
    The parasite images are prepared from original specimens in our department. The original pictures are in 35 mm color slides and scanned into jpg file format.
  10. Parasites and Health
    National Center For Infectious Diseases at the Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, Georgia.
    Text and images: Parasites of the intestinal tract, Blood-born parasites, Parasites found in other sites.
  11. Parasites and Parasitic Diseases of Domestic Animals
    An online book of text and images by Colin Johnstone.
  12. Parasites and Parasitological Resources
    This site contains over 550 images of more than 180 species of parasites, as well as information about the "biology" of many of these parasitic species.
  13. Parasites of the Cat
    University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.
    Teaching resource on feline endoparasites. Information is provided on over 33 parasites and topics covered for each parasite includes adult parasites, hosts, lifecycle, site where adult parasite is found in host, diagnosis, clinical signs and treatment. Includes images.
  14. Parasites of the Dog
    University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.
    Teaching resource on canine endoparasites. Information is provided on over 50 parasites and and topics covered for each parasite includes adult parasites, hosts, lifecycle, site where adult parasite is found in host, diagnosis, clinical signs and treatment. Includes images.
  15. Parasitic Diseases
    Große Linksammlung vom Karolinska Institut, Stockholm.
  16. Parasitoide-Online
    Eine Einführung in die Welt der Parasitoide von Hubert Pschorn-Walcher und Werner Heitland.
  17. Parasitological URLs
    David Gibson.
    The URLs are examples taken from a poster on Internet Resources presented at the Spring Meeting of the British Society for Parasitology at Bangor, Wales, 1996. These have been subsequently updated and now total more than 620
  18. Parasitologie und Parasitismus
    Schweizerisches Tropeninstitut.
    Der inhaltliche Aufbau der Lernsoftware soll helfen, zu einem schrittweise tieferen Verständnis der Parasitologie und Epidemiologie zu kommen. Mit der Auswahl von 6 Modellparasiten — aus den zoologisch wichtigsten Tierstämmen — basiert das Programm auf dem Konzept des exemplarischen Lernens. Die "Institutsphilosophie" hat ausserdem den Anspruch, die Wirt-Parasit-Beziehungen von der molekularen bis zur Populationsstufe darzustellen. Parasitologie und Parasitismus werden aus einer multidisziplinären Warte heraus betrachtet.
    1. Lernstufe: Grundwissen erarbeiten (Lernmodule 1 bis 4)
    2. Lernstufe: Zusammenhänge erkennen (Lernmodule 5 bis 8)
    3. Lernstufe: Wissen anwenden (Lernmodul 9)
  19. Parasitology
    School of Veterinary Medicine, Tuskegee University.
    This site provides a collection of online teaching materials on parasitology. It contains twenty chapters, covering parasites of various animals and body systems.
  20. Parasitology Color Plates
    Research Animal Diagnostic Laboratory (RADIL), University of Missouri.
    Contains over 100 plates, arranged under the following categories: ectoparasites of rodents and rabbits; helminths of rodents and rabbits; protozoa of rodents and rabbits; and "zebra" parasites of rodents and rabbits.
  21. The Parasitology Images List
    A collection of images of medically important parasites. The majority of the images show diagnostic stages of the parasite concerned, in the most commonly encountered clinical specimen. Each has the name and stage of the parasite shown, along with an approximate scale bar for comparison.
  22. Parasitology-Related Links
    Cryptosporidium, coccidia, and other parasitology-related pages.
  23. Veterinary Clinical Parasitology Images
    By J. Carl Fox, College of Veterinary Medicine, Oklahoma State University.
    This site is intended as an online parasitology resource for veterinarian training and education. The site is comprised of approximately 350 images, predominantly microscope slide images, of various nematodes, protozoans and other parasites. The images illustrate elements such as morphology, internal features, lifecycle stages, histopath sections, eggs, larvae and infection of animal cells. Images are grouped by diagnostic stage, parasite and in eight separate galleries. There are also some lecture slides available.
  24. The Veterinary Parasitology Images Gallery
    The images are provided for use as teaching aids for the training and education of veterinarians and can be freely used for educational purposes. Parasite images have been grouped to provide a veterinary medical emphasis. The site includes short descriptions of small JPEG images which can be enlarged for better viewing.
  25. The World of Parasites
    Compiled by Jim Smith.
    Features information on parasites, organized by regions of the world. Describes and includes an image of each parasite and discusses the diseases associated with them.


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