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General Parasitology- Classification of medically important parasites, epidemiology of parasitic infections, immunology of human parasitic infections. Diagnostic parasitology- Systematic study of following parasites (Geographical distribution, habitat, morphology and life cycle, risk of infection, pathogenesis, laboratory diagnosis prophylaxis and serological diagnosis)
Collection & transport of specimens for examination of stool for parasites identification. Examination of other body fluids for parasites identification. Concentration techniques for demonstration of Ova (Principles and applications). Routine Stool examination for detection of intestinal parasites.
Protozoa – Intestinal amoeba, free living pathologic amoeba, giardia, trichomonas, balantidium, isospora, cryptosporidium, microspora,cyclospora Plasmodia, leishmania, trypanasoma, toxoplasma, babesia.
Helminthes– Cestodes – Taenia, Echinococus, Diphylobothrium, Hymenolepsis, Multiceps, Trematodes- Schistosoma, Fasciola, Fasciolepsis, Paragonimus, Clonorchis, Opisthorchis. Nematodes- Ascaris, Hookworm (Ancylostoma), Trichuris, Enterobius, Strongyloides, Filaria, Trichinella, Toxocara, Dracunculus, Biological vectors.
Identification of adult worms from model’s or slide’s. Identification of different parasites their morphology from slide’s. Culture techniques for parasites. Serological diagnostic methods.
General Mycology – Fungus – Classification Fungal Structure & Morphology, Reproduction in fungi, Immunity to Fungal Infections. Culture Media in Mycology, Stains in Mycology. Normal fungal flora of human beings. Diagnostic Mycology - Epidemiology, Pathogenesis, Laboratory Diagnosis of Fungal Infections. Specimen collection, preservation, Transportation & Identification of Mycological Agent. Biochemical tests for fungal identification, Anti-fungal agents, invitro tests. Serological tests for mycotic infections. Use of laboratory animals in Mycology. Typing of fungi Preparation of fungal antigens & their standardization.
To prepare culture media used routinely in mycology. Diagnostic Methods in Mycotic Infections. Isolation and identification of fungus from clinical specimen. To perform all the staining techniques for identification of fungi.
1.Parasitology book by K.D. Chatterjee. 13th Ed.
2. Textbook of medical Parasitology.
Online Tutorial Links
1. Diagnostic Mycology.
2. Pathogenesis, Laboratory Diagnosis of Fungal Infections.
3.Identification of Mycological Agent.
4.Immunity to Fungal Infections.
Simulation Links for Lab
1.Culture Media in Mycology.
All the practice components can be performedby simulation as well as virtual labs.
Online Source: Udemy, Coursera, article library, NCBI,Study.com, You tube, Frontier, Febs, unacademy, academia etc.
Topic- General Parasitology, Classification of medically important parasite
Ref. Book & Page- Parasitology by K D Chatterjee(13th Ed), pg.15-chapter I, Parasitology by K D Chatterjee(13th Ed), pg.143-chapter VI
Topic- Toxoplasma and Babesia
Video link- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YLgo9GK5tE
Readings- Parasitology by K D Chatterjee(13th Ed), pg.129-chapter III
Parasitology by K D Chatterjee(13th Ed), pg.136-chapter IV
Topic- General Mycology – Fungus – Classification Fungal Structure & Morphology
Topic- Specimen collection, preservation, Transportation. Identification of Mycological Agent