The main objectives of the Course titled Clinical Parasitology are:
This course involves Entomology, Protozoology and Helminthology. The course will also study these host parasite associations with particular emphasis on prevention, laboratory diagnosis, treatment and prophylaxis.
A Introduction to Clinical Parasitology
Emerging and Imported Diseases
Introduction to Entomology
B Study of the main parasitic infections: clinical diagnosis, laboratory, treatment and prevention.
Presentation and resolution of clinical cases.
Safety and good practice.
Collection, preservation, Shipment and handling of biological samples.
Laboratory teaching/Diagnostic Procedures:
A parasitological diagnosis stool
B parasitological diagnosis of blood
C parasitological diagnosis of other biological samples
D Note and macroscopic characterization of class Insecta and Arachnida adult and larval forms.