What specimen would you obtain to recover identification forms of Dracunculus
a. Exudate from irrigated lesions.
b. Liver biopsy.
Random fecal specimen.
d. None of the above.
One of the classic signs of disease caused by Bancroft's filaria is:
a. Periorbital edema.
d. Perianal irritation.
Specimens being processed for the identification of blood or tissue nematodes are
frequently stained with:
a. Hematoxylin/Eosin stain.
b. Giemsa stain.
Hematoxylin/Eosin or Giemsa stain.
d. Hematoxylin/Eosin followed by Giemsa stain.
An unsheathed microfilaria with no somatic nuclei in the tip of the tail would be:
a. Mansonella ozzardi.
b. Brugia malayi.
d. Mansonella perstans.