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Abstract

In 1972, working independently, our group [1, 2] in Hakodate and the group of Suzuki et al. [3] in Asahikawa, Hokkaido, using endoscopes removed living Pseudoterranova decipiens larvae that had penetrated the gastric mucosa of patients with acute gastric symptoms. These were the first reported discoveries of Pseudoterranova decipiens larva parasitism in humans. Since then, reported cases of visceral migration of Pseudoterranova decipiens larvae (so-called terranovasis) have increased in number.

Keywords

Scientific Fishery Ascaris Lumbricoides Anisakis Simplex Aomori Prefecture Acute Gastric Mucosal Lesion 
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