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FLY GUY IN THE BACK Stains on the lab coat and pants --> black fly bites human host and the larvae burrow down into the host and make microfiliarial that come back out making hyper and hypopigmented spots. Human hand covering eyes --> causes river blindness Stray pink granules --> eosinophilia Microscope --> microfilaria on skin biopsy under microscope No dumping drains to river - Ivermectin for treatment
Reading microfilariae reminds me of three things. all from sketchy.
Honestly, I was looking for deer fly. But culex mosquito is west nile, reduviid is chagas. I think everyone knows ixodes and body louse is not this.
There were 3 key things you needed to spot to lead you to Onchocerca. 1) little dude is from Congo 2) He's asymptomatic except for the skin nodules 3) the biggest key here was the presence of the microfilariae from the skin nodule
hyw atc'n ti eb lcuxe ?oqmouist ymabe errechauiw aoctnbifr ?rafiiislas
Microfilariais an early stage in the life cycle of certain parasitic nematodes in the family Onchocercidae.--wiki
probably only 2 parasites are related to nodules: 1. trichinella spiralis: muscle mass, muscle ache, systemic symptoms 2. onchocerca volvulus: skin nodules, without significant systemic signs until blindness