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Plate 8.1

Row 1: artifact, human macrophages (the artifact and human cells mimic intestinal amebae); row 2: artifacts tend to mimic intestinal amebae, possibly ; row 3: artifact (), artifact ( spp. oocyst), spores ( spp. oocysts); row 4: amebic precysts (can be confused with artifacts), pale “organism” (appears to have a nucleus), epithelial cell (can mimic a larger protozoan like ).

Citation: Garcia L. 2009. Color Plates, In Practical Guide to Diagnostic Parasitology, Second Edition. ASM Press, Washington, DC.
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Plate 8.2

Row 1: first two images are artifacts that mimic eggs, third image is an artifact that mimics a hookworm egg; row 2: artifacts tend to mimic eggs; row 3: first image is pollen (if turned correctly, can mimic egg), next two images are artifacts (suggestive of eggs); row 4: artifact (can be misidentified as egg), pollen (also mimics egg), artifacts (can mimic helminth eggs).

Citation: Garcia L. 2009. Color Plates, In Practical Guide to Diagnostic Parasitology, Second Edition. ASM Press, Washington, DC.
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Plate 8.3

Row 1: threads (mimic small worms or helminth larvae), root hair (mimics larva); row 2: root hair (mimics larvae), artifact (mimics egg), artifact (mimics helminth egg, possibly trematode egg with operculum missing); row 3: the first image is an artifact (mimics organism in blood), the next two images represent exflagellation of male gametocytes (can mimic spirochetes in blood); row 4: artifact (stain deposition can mimic spp.), flattened trophozoite (shape can mimic crescent-shaped gametocyte of ), immature gametocyte (may not be recognized as an actual parasite).

Citation: Garcia L. 2009. Color Plates, In Practical Guide to Diagnostic Parasitology, Second Edition. ASM Press, Washington, DC.
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Plate 8.4

Row 1: artifacts (mimic spp.), (mimics amastigotes), (can mimic actual parasitic worms); row 2: first two images are seeds (mimic helminth histologic sections), third image is thread in tissue (mimics microfilarial nematode); row 3: ciliated human cell (mimics “unknown” flagellate), human cells (can mimic protozoa or amebae), Charcot-Leyden crystal (related to breakdown products of eosinophils—may not be recognized); row 4: yeast (if budding is not recognized, can be misidentified as small protozoa or coccidia), Gram stain showing intracellular microsporidial spores (can be misidentified as bacteria), artifact that may be bacterial spores (may be misidentified as microsporidial spores).

Citation: Garcia L. 2009. Color Plates, In Practical Guide to Diagnostic Parasitology, Second Edition. ASM Press, Washington, DC.
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