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Ectoparasites

Vector-transmitted parasites

Tick-transmitted parasites

Helminths

Protozoa

Fungi

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Societies

 

Ectoparasites

 

Internal Parasites

Vector-transmitted parasites

 

Tick-transmitted parasites

 

Helminths

  • http://www.heartwormsociety.org
    The American Heartworm Society. Information on all aspects of heartworm including guidelines for the diagnosis, prevention and management of heartworm infection in dogs and cats.

 

Protozoa

 

Fungi

  • http://www.mycology.adelaide.edu.au/
    The University of Adelaide, Australia. General information about medical mycology and images of various fungi.
  • http://www.aspergillus.org.uk
    The site provides an encyclopaedia of Aspergillus for the patients, doctors, vets and scientists.
  • http://www.isham.org
    Isham is a world wide organisations that represents all scientists, doctors and vets with a special interest in fungal diseases.

In some European countries (especially France, Italy and Belgium) the study of fungal species is usually associated with that of other eukaryotic parasites (protozoas, insects, mites and helminths).

 

General

  • http://medlineplus.gov/
    MedlinePlus, US National Library of Medicine
  • http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dpd/
    United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. General information on all parasites and parasitic disease, includes image library.
  • http://www.testapet.com/
    Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine. Information on a range of parasites (helminths, protozoa, vector and tick transmitted parasites), includes details of life cycles, clinical signs, diagnostics and therapy with images. Mainly applicable to Europe.
  • http://www.merckvetmanual.com/home.html
    The Merck Veterinary Manual. General information on all disease of large and small animals, including exotics and birds. Indexed by physiological sysytem. Parasitic information includes etiology and transmission, clinical findings, diagnosis, treatment and control with some images.
  • http://www.pacificmedicalacls.com/acls-guide-to-dengue-fever.html
    Pacific Medical Training. Information on dengue fever.

 

Societies