Plasmodium ovale

A species of protozoan parasite causing malaria. It is the rarest of the four species of plasmodium infecting humans, but is common in West African countries and neighboring areas.


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<b>Plasmodium ovale</b> - schizonts

Plasmodium ovale - schizonts

<b>Plasmodium ovale</b> trophozoite

Plasmodium ovale trophozoite

<b>Plasmodium ovale</b>

Plasmodium ovale

<b>Plasmodium ovale</b>

Plasmodium ovale

immature <b>Plasmodium ovale</b>

immature Plasmodium ovale

Diagnosis: <b>Plasmodium ovale</b>

Diagnosis: Plasmodium ovale

a mature <b>Plasmodium ovale</b>

a mature Plasmodium ovale

p282-1 <b>Plasmodium ovale</b>

p282-1 Plasmodium ovale

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