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Immunodiagnosis for Intestinal Anisakiasis

  • M. Tsuji

Abstract

Endoscopical examination provides a definite diagnosis for gastric anisakiasis but without bowel surgery to identify Anisakis larve it is very difficult to diagnose intestinal anisakiasis. Eating raw fish within a few days of the onset of disease is an important factor, while laboratory findings may only suggest nonspecific acute inflammatory changes. Therefore, immuno-serological examination is very important for the clinical diagnosis of intestinal anisakiasis.

Keywords

Complement Fixation Test Bowel Surgery Haem Agglutination Test Indirect Haem Agglutination Tissue Parasite 
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References

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    Tsuji M (1986) Sero-diagnosis for parasitic diseases. Kagaku Ryoho no Ryoiki 2 (3): 381–386 (in Japanese)Google Scholar
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    Tsuji M (1989) General remarks, Serological and immunological studies on gastric anisakiasis, Gastric Anisakiasis in Japan, Springer, Tokyo, pp. 89–95Google Scholar

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