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Old 05-19-2010
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Microbiology man with chronic leg swelling

A 66-year-old man presents with chronic leg swelling. He is a recent immigrant from Fiji. He reports episodes of fever and headache. Physical exam reveals thick, scaly skin on both legs with swelling extending to the genitals. Swollen inguinal lymph nodes are palpable. What was the likely vector of transmission for his infection?

A. Flea
B. Body Louse
C. Mite
D. Mosquito
E. Tick
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Post D. Mosquito

Elephantiasis - Wuchereria bancrofti Or Burgya malayi infection
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its D. Mosquito......
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yupp D Mosquito
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Yes ur all right the ans is D. mosquito
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