| Gaponov S.P. || Parasitic arthropods || 2005 |
The training manual deals with the structure, biology and life cycles of parasitic arthropods. The adaptive features of the morphology and physiology of parasitic crustaceans, insects and mites are emphasized. The main forms of parasitism and possible ways of their formation within the type are indicated. Particular attention is paid to bloodsucking arthropods - carriers of pathogens of infections and invasions, as well as the pathways of circulation of the most important natural focal diseases. The manual is intended for students of biological faculties of higher educational institutions. Recommended for use in the courses "Parasitology", "Medical and veterinary zoology", "Arachnoentomology"
| Antonov M.M. || Tissue helminthiasis in adults and children (epidemiology, clinic, diagnosis, treatment, prevention) || 2004 |
Guidelines. Introduction Etiology. Features of the epidemic process. Immunopathogenesis of tissue helminthiases. Clinical and epidemiological characteristics of certain types of tissue helminthiases. Toksokaroz. Trichinosis. Echinococcosis. Cysticercosis. Laboratory diagnosis of tissue helminthiasis. Instrumental diagnostic methods. Differential diagnosis. Treatment of tissue helminth infections. Dispensary observation. Prevention.
| Gaponov S.P. || Parasitic protozoa || 2003 |
The training manual deals with the structure and life cycles of the simplest, parasitic in animals and humans. The manual is intended for students of biological faculties of higher educational institutions of Russia. Recommended for use in courses "Parasitology", "Protozoal diseases", "Medical zoology", "Protozoology"
| Lecture || Tapeworms || 2000 |
| General characteristics. Unarmed (Bullish) Chain, Taeniarhynchus saginatus. Armed (Pork) Chain, Taenia solium. Cysticercosis. Dwarf tapeworm, Hymenolepis dad. Echinococcus, Echinococcus granulosus. Alveococcus, Alveococcus multilocularis. Lentz wide, Diphyllobothrium latum. Sparganosis. |
| Beer S.A. || Theoretical parasitology, how to understand it, what is included in its tasks? || 2000 |
| The material was discussed at two theoretical seminars on problems of general biology, ecology and rational use of biological resources of the Division of Biological Sciences of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Talking about theoretical parasitology should begin with the fundamental concepts of parasitism and from the postulate that the synthesis of particular parasitological theories should ultimately lead to the creation of a special scientific direction ¾ theoretical parasitology. |
| Cherepanov A.A., Moskvin A.S., Kotelnikov G.A., Khrenov V.M. || Differential diagnosis of helminth infections on the morphological structure of eggs and larvae of pathogens || 1999 |
| The atlas is a manual for specialists of laboratories (veterinarians and laboratory technicians), teachers, students of higher, secondary educational institutions and other institutions of veterinary medicine. In addition, it may be of practical interest to health care professionals and environmentalists. It provides data on the main pathogens of helminthiases, methods for their diagnosis, as well as the characteristic features of the eggs and larvae of helminths of the most common species in illustrative and descriptive forms. When making a diagnosis of helminth infections, special importance is attached to the size, shape, structure of eggs and larvae of parasites. The manual outlines the method of their micrometry, as well as the method of quantitative coproovoscopic diagnosis. |
| Guidelines for the course and laboratory work for students of 1 and 3 courses of the Faculty of Biology. || Parasitology || 1998 |
| The most important problems of the origin and evolution of parasitism, features of morphological and physiological adaptations to the parasitic lifestyle, life cycle strategies, as well as the most common parasitic infections, their pathogens, clinical picture, prevention and diagnostic methods are considered. The manual is intended for students of 1 and 3 courses, studying general and private parasitology. |