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Atypical anisakiasis in acquired immunodeficiency syndrome



Atypical anisakiasis in acquired immunodeficiency syndrome



Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift 113(24): 983-984



Gastric anisakiasis was an incidental finding on gastroscopy of a 48-year-old man known to have AIDS. At that time the patient had been symptom-free, the test having been performed to check on an ulcerative Candida oesophagitis. The Anisakis larva was extracted through the gastroscope and there has been no recurrence. The history suggested a chronic course. The unusual absence of symptoms suggests that the immunodeficiency had influenced the pathogenesis of the parasitic disease.

Accession: 039347387

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PMID: 3378505

DOI: 10.1055/s-2008-1067754



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