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Differential Diagnosis of Intestinal Anisakiasis

  • Hajime Ishikura

Abstract

Anisakiasis an infectious disease, requires anisakid larvae, the infecting agent, to be determined in the patient for an accurate diagnosis. Unlike gastric, oral and esophageal anisakiasis, a positive determination of larvae is very difficult for intestinal and abdominal anisakiasis.

Keywords

Acute Appendicitis Leucocyte Count Paratenic Host Abdominal Fluid Slight Fever 
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