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WebMD offers a set of human skin parasites that include bedbugs, lice and scabies. The Bohart Museum of Entomology features photos of mites that bite humans, causing itchy red papules. Most mites actually live permanentl...

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Pictures of parasites are available on WebMD.com, ParasiteCleanse.com and Heavy.com. Web MD and ParasiteCleanse.com offer close-up and microscopic photos of different parasites, while Heavy features a number of photos of...

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Some symptoms of parasite infestation include diarrhea, fatigue, itchy skin, anxiety problems, sleep disturbances, loss of appetite, weight loss, anemia and muscle and joint complications. The five most common infections...

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Topical creams and lotions effectively kill skin parasites such as scabies. These generally require a doctor's prescription, but in concert with sterilization of clothing, bedding, towels and other fabric items that affe...

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Mayo Clinic provides a slide show of common, rash-like lesions, and WebMD offers a slide show of different types of skin lesions and the associated risk for the development of skin cancer. Early identification of precanc...

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Images of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus skin infections can be found on several websites, including Healthline, WebMD, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. MRSA is a bacteria that is resistan...

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Insects and parasites that burrow into human skin include scabies, bot flies, hookworms and cercariae, according to Cleveland Clinic. Chigoe fleas, otherwise known as sand fleas, also burrow under the skin of their hosts...

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