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Parasitology

 Diagnosing Medical Parasites: A Public Health Officers Guide to Assisting Laboratory and Medical Officers 

 Public Health Glossary - 3rd Edition  

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Medically Important Parasitic Diseases - Lifecycles

Parasitology Glossary

  WHO Training Manual on Diagnosis of Intestinal Parasites

Parasites And Health(CDC website)

Principles of Parasitism

Quantitative Parasitology 3.0 (Freeware) This is an executable file (.exe) which will unzip and "was designed to deal with the notoriously left-biased frequency distributions of parasites. This parasitology software provides statistically correct ways to describe parasitic infection within a sample of hosts and to compare parasitic infections among different samples of hosts." 

Additionally, this freeware will provide you with the ability to create statistical analyses of a sample group.
You can enter in the total number of hosts in the sample, number of uninfected hosts in a sample, number of infected hosts by intensity, then you can run one of six statistical analyses on the data, view your data in a chart and even print them out.  I think this would be useful in a variety of outbreak investigations. After you click on the link, a window will ask you to "Open" or "Save" the program.  "SAVE" the program on your hard drive or a removable disc.