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Radiographic Examination

  • T. Kusuhara
  • M. Fukuda

Abstract

A major cause of infection by Anisakis larvae is the eating of uncooked fish. Accordingly gastric anisakis is common in Japan, where raw fish is frequently consumed.

Keywords

Radiographic Examination Gastric Antrum Stomach Intestine Eosinophilic Granuloma Mucosal Edema 
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  • M. Fukuda

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