Ch 7: Diseases Caused By Protozoa

About This Chapter

The lessons you can find included in this chapter will teach you about some of the major diseases caused by protozoa. Review these lessons to learn about the causes, symptoms and treatments of these diseases.

Diseases Caused by Protozoa - Chapter Summary

When learning about microbiology, one specific subject of note is the relationship between different types of microorganism and diseases that affect humans. Included in this chapter are comprehensive lessons that will teach you about some of the most significant diseases caused by protozoa. Our lesson instructors will go over all relevant facts about the specific protozoa that cause these diseases, as well as notable symptoms and treatment options.

Upon completing each lesson, the chapter's practice quizzes and final exam will allow you to see how well you have understood the lessons' main points. If you are stuck on a particular topic, you can message the lesson instructor for help. Your personal Dashboard also allows you to track your progress as you complete each lesson. This chapter will allow you to:

  • Recognize the causes and symptoms of toxoplasmosis
  • Treat the symptoms of entamoeba histolytica and amoebic dysentery
  • Understand the causes, symptoms and treatment of trichomoniasis
  • Identify the diseases that protists can cause

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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