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Figure 34.1
Typical papular urticaria. In this case, in response to flea bites.
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Figure 34.5
Third instar larva of Dermatobia hominis (the human botfly). Note the rows of backward‐pointing spines.
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Figure 34.9
Ctenocephalides felis , the cat flea.
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Figure 34.13
Pediculus capitis , the head louse.
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Figure 34.17
Pthirus pubis , the crab louse.
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Figure 34.21
The life cycle of the bedbug. (From Bernadeschi et al . 2013 [ ]. Source and copyright holder: BMJ Publishing Group Ltd.)
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Figure 34.25
Lytta vesicatoria on an ash tree, the best known of the blister beetles. (Courtesy of Dr M. Cornet, Nice, France.)
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Figure 34.29
Ixodidae: hard tick. The term ‘hard’ refers to the dorsal chitinous shield or scutum. The mouthparts (capitulum) of ixodid ticks project forwards and ...
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Figure 34.33
Ixodes ricinus , the sheep tick (engorged female). (a) Dorsal view. (b) Ventral view.
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Figure 34.37
Scabies: clinical variants. (a) Scabies in an infant. Localization on the sole is not atypical in this form of scabies, nor is involvement of the face...
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Figure 34.41
(a, b) Abdominal lesions in cheyletiellosis.
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Figure 34.45
Scolopendra cingulata Latreille 1829, the most common scolopendromorph species in the Mediterranean area. (Courtesy of Dr Botterman and Dr Melhem, N...
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Figure 34.2
Bullous lesions in response to arthropod bites. (Courtesy of Dr F.A. Ive, Durham, UK.)
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Figure 34.6
Furuncle‐like lesion produced by Dermatobia hominis . The tail of the larva is visible in the centre of the lesion.
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Figure 34.10
Tungiasis, showing a characteristic lesion on the sole of the foot. (Courtesy of Dr N.H. Cox, Cumberland Infirmary, Carlisle, UK.)
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Figure 34.14
(a) Head louse eggs cemented to a hair shaft. (b) Scanning electron micrograph of the operculum on a head louse egg.
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Figure 34.18
Crab louse clinging to hairs on the abdomen.
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Figure 34.22
Bedbug adult (5–7 mm): Cimex lectularius .
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Figure 34.26
Thaumetopoea pityocampa. (Courtesy of Dr M. Dutheil, Nice, France.)
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Figure 34.30
Argasid: soft tick. The term soft refers to the absence of scutum. The mouthparts (capitulum) can only be seen from below. (Adapted from Rodhain and P...
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Figure 34.34
Morphology of capitulum and genera of Ixodidae hard tick. Within the large family of ixodid ticks, there are several genera of medical importance, inc...
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Figure 34.38
Crusted (Norwegian) scabies of the hand (a) and foot (b, c). (d) Grossly dystrophic nails in crusted scabies. (e) Severe scalp involvement in crusted ...
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Figure 34.42
Cheyletiella yasguri .
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Figure 34.3
Typical heavy scale in the coat of a dog suffering from Cheyletiella infestation.
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Figure 34.7
Scanning electron micrograph of the spines of a Dermatobia hominis larva.
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Figure 34.11
Scleroderma domesticum.
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Figure 34.15
Numerous head louse eggs and empty egg cases.
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Figure 34.19
Crab louse eggs attached to abdominal hair.
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Figure 34.23
Clinical manifestations of bedbug bites: (a) three or four skin lesions are often seen in a ‘breakfast (1), lunch (2), dinner (3)’ distribution or (b)...
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Figure 34.27
Latrodectus tredecimguttatus the female, with the small male on her abdomen. (Courtesy of Dr J.J. Peres, Peillon, France.)
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Figure 34.31
Mouthparts of Ixodes ricinus nymph to show the toothed hypostome (interference contrast microscopy).
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Figure 34.35
Sarcoptes scabiei , the scabies mites. Female with eggs.
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Figure 34.39
Pyemotes ventricosus.
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Figure 34.43
Dermanyssus gallinae : comparison in size with the head of a match.
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Figure 34.4
Typical ‘pepper and salt’ appearance of flea eggs and faeces in the debris from a cat's bedding.
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Figure 34.8
Typical distribution of cat or dog flea bites on the legs.
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Figure 34.12
Scanning electron micrograph of a crab louse showing: (a) haustellum with buccal teeth; (b) everted buccal teeth; and (c) the protruded stylet bundle....
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Figure 34.16
Clothing lice and eggs.
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Figure 34.20
Crab louse eggs on the eyelashes.
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Figure 34.24
To educate patients to the ‘search and destroy’ strategy, general practitioners should show them pictures of (a) bedbugs and their typical hideouts (e...
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Figure 34.28
Buthus occitanus. (Courtesy of Dr J.J. Peres, Peillon, France.)
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Figure 34.32
Scanning electron micrograph of tick mouthparts.
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Figure 34.36
(a) Typical scabies in the finger webs. (b) Pruritic papules and nodules on the penis in scabies infestation. The genitalia should be examined in all ...
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Figure 34.40
The ‘comet sign’.
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Figure 34.44
Demodex folliculorum , the follicle mite.