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General
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Epidemiology
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Etiology
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Diagrams
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Life cycle

Clinical features
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Case reports
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Diagnosis
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Treatment
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Clinical images
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Schistosoma haematobium fluke

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Adult (female and male)

Gross images
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Related invasive squamous cell carcinoma

Micro description
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Micro images
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Schistosoma haematobium eggs are oval with a terminal spine

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Eggs in the muscularis propria

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Papillary fronds with inflammatory infiltrate



Schistosoma haematobium, contributed by Drs. Kiran Alam, Anshu Jain, Veena Maheshwari, Farhan A. Siddiqui and Ershadul Haq, J.N. Medical College, India:

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Ureter urothelium w/ schistosome eggs in submucosa and muscle

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Schistosome eggs in submucosa

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Schistosome eggs in muscle layer

Differential diagnosis
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End of Bladder > Cystitis > Schistosomiasis-related cystitis



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