hehe....yaWe're all choosing different answers! )
I'm going to go with doctorsmonsters on this one: Strongyloides.
aktorque's Enterobius or patelMD's Ascaris are the next best answers, because they can produce eosinophilia when they're migrating through tissue.
Entamoeba usually not eosinophilic
Plasmodium not eosinophilic
yes that was a wrong guess... after reading on invasive parasites and cause of eosinophilia... Strongyloides Stercoralis - strongyloidiasis - threadworm is the correct one.Let me see...
A. Plasmodium falciparum - Malaria does not cause eosinophilia
B. Entamoeba Histolytica - bloody diarrhea and liver abscess - no chance
C. Enterobius - pinworm -- hmm clinking clicking ...lol
D. Strongyloides Stercoralis - strongyloidiasis - threadworm - nope (huge one - eosinophil will run away)
E. Ascaris Lumbricoides (adult) - roundworm - I don't thinks all
Pinworm can cause eosinophilia. So I'll go with C) Enterobius