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  • Cairo UniversityFaculty Of Vet.MedicineDept. Of Int. Medicine & Infectious Diseases Pet Animal Infectious Diseases
  • Adult Tick
  • Sarcoptes scabei
  • Psoroptes spp.
  • Demodex spp.
  • Dog severely affected with Sarcoptic mange
  • Fleas
  • D. caninum adult in canine intestine
  • Dipylidium caninumthe "double-pored" or "cucumber seed"
  • (Dipylidium caninum)proglottids observed in feces of F.H.
  • Dipylidium caninum Egg Nest
  • Echinococcus granulosis Whole Worm
  • Echinococcus granulosis (egg)
  • Puppy infected with ascarids-- note potbelly
  • Toxocara canis (Adult)
  • Small intestine of a 4-monfh-old puppywith A heavy Toxocara canis infection
  • Toxocara canis
  • (Toxocara canis) in canine feces
  • Ascaris Egg
  • ascarid egg or Toxocara canis egg, the canine roundworm.
  • Toxocara canis (Eggs)
  • Isospora
  • Toxoplasma gondii
  • Trophozoites of Babesia canis.
  • Babesia canis
  • Trypanosoma Spp.
  • Trypanosoma cruzi from dog blood
  • Trypanosoma cruzi from dog blood