Acute Gastric Anisakiasis with Special Analysis of the Location of the Worms Penetrating the Gastric Mucosa

  • O. Shibata
  • Y. Uchida
  • T. Furusawa


A clinical feature of acute gastric anisakiasis is that diagnostic and therapeutic procedures can be performed simultaneously by endoscopically extracting the parasites by using forceps. It is important, therefore, to investigate the predisposing site of penetration of Anisakis larvae through the gastric mucous membrane.


Great Curvature Cardiac Region Wall Curvature Oral Side Fukuoka Prefecture 
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  • O. Shibata
  • Y. Uchida
  • T. Furusawa

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