Serological and Immunological Studies
It is well known that in Anisakis infections remarkable eosinophilic infiltrations are seen in the tissue surrounding the larvae and that the imbedded area of the worms shows a strong allergic reaction. A reliable diagnosis of anisakiasis depends on recovery of the worms. The morphological examinations, however, are not easy and are often very difficult in chronic cases or where there is a latent clinical symptomatology.
KeywordsIndirect Fluorescent Antibody Test Schistosoma Japonicum Ascaris Lumbricoides Indirect Fluorescent Antibody Positive Serological Test
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 2.Tsuji M (1975) Comparative studies on the antigenic structure of several helminths by immunoelectrophoresis. Jpn J Parasitol 24(4): 227–236 (in Japanese)Google Scholar