Cytoplasm in the trophozoite stage of Entamoeba coli is often described as:
a. Finely granular with no inclusions.
b. "Dirty" and vacuolated with yeast, bacteria and molds.
Coarsely granular with RBC inclusions.
d. "Clean" with yeast, bacteria, and molds.
A large, well defined glycogen vacuole is characteristic of which of the following
a. Entamoeba histolytica.
b. Endolimax nana.
d. lodamoeba butschlii.
The term lemon-shape best describes the cysts of:
a. Chilomastix mesnili.
b. Dietamoeba fragilis.
d. Enteromonas hominis.
A possible mode of infection for Dientamoeba fragilis would be:
a. Injection by an arthropod vector.
b. Ingestion with the ova of pinworm.
Through nasal passages while diving into water.
d. Through sexual intercourse.