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Dioctophyme infection in man



Dioctophyme infection in man



Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni (1): 83-84



The case history of a D. renale infection is described in a 76-year-old woman living in closely shared conditions with her dog at Sukhumi, Georgian SSR, USSR. The woman first suffered a chill in winter with progressively developing symptoms of cough with chest pains, anaemia, kidney colic, lumbar pains and, by the end of May, the painful micturation. Urotropin treatment resulted in the passing of a worm (not examined) and temporary improvement.

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