Serodiagnosis of Intestinal Anisakiasis Using Micro-ELISA—Diagnostic Significance of Patients’ IgE
It is known that anisakiasis may develop in patients who have eaten raw fish such as sushi and sashimi, with the Anisakis larvae being the etiological parasite in this disease . It first enters the gastric lumen, then penetrates gastric mucosa, localizing most often in the stomach, though, it can enter the small intestine as well, where the diagnosis is often more difficult . This parasite also produces chronic granulomatous lesions which need to be differentiated from benign or malignant gastro-intestinal tract tumors.
KeywordsGastric Mucosa Host Immune Response Granulomatous Lesion Gastric Lumen Exact Diagnosis
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