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The most common human infection: Ascaris Worms
Elephantiasis, or Lymphatic Filariasis. A rare disorder of the lymphatic system caused by parasitic worms.
Demodex folliculorum, or the demodicid also known as the eyelash mite.
Demodex folliculorum is sometimes called the "face mite" and is often associated with blackheads and acne.
Two centimeter long botfly larva from a child's eye socket.
Massive ascaris infection in a child.
Severe ascaris infection with worms exiting through mouth and nose.
Onchocerciasis, the world's second leading infectious cause of blindness.
Removal of Sparganosis mansoni tapeworm larva.
Head of Dipylidium Caninum (cucumber tapeworm)
Parasite, insects, and maggot infestation of the brain.