Great comments on latest case!

We got a lot of comments on the latest case and many of you were correct. This is Loa loa, based on the size, presence of a sheath, cephalic space, and presence of nuclei to the end of the tapered tail. Once again thank's to Joan Dolasinski at Sharp Grossmont Hospital in San Diego, CA ...


The importance of scanning blood parasite smears under low power

” The images I want to share are amazing. Actually these are the first real ones I’ve ever seen in my career! People typically look at this kind of slides at high power and could have missed this if they did not look under low power at the feather edges and edges of smears." Joan ...


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