Treatment of Gastric Anisakiasis with Acute Symptoms

  • M. Namiki
  • Y. Yazaki


The symptoms of acute gastric anisakiasis diminish immediately after endoscopic removal of the larva [1–7]. This is the only means of treating the disease at present.


Gastric Mucosa Acute Symptom Biopsy Forceps Stomach Intestine Endoscopic Removal 
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  • Y. Yazaki

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