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Epidemiological Aspects of Intestinal Anisakiasis and Its Pathogenesis

  • H. Ishikura

Abstract

Nationwide surveys of anisakiasis in Japan have been compiled are mainly evaluations of cases with eosinophilic granuloma from pathological labaratories at various universities [1,2,6]. Since 1955 Ishikura has kept a record of acute localized enteritis, and in 1965 determined the need for a separate pathological entity for the majority of such cases [10]. They were evaluated as intestinal anisakiasis, and show that this disorder is common in the north, with the chronic granuloma and phlegmonous acute intestinal type especially common, since many of the marine organisms that act as paratenic hosts are caught in large volumes in that area. Diagnosis of the acute form of intestinal anisakiasis has been increasing rapidly, beginning with the use of the endoscope to establish the presence of larvae in cases of peritonitis displaying acute symptoms [11].

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Epidemiological Aspect Chub Mackerel Serous Membrane Fulminant Type Scomber Japonicus 
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