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(Anisakiasis)
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  • [A Case of Gastric Anisakiasis That Required Differentiation from Scirrhous Gastric Cancer]. [Case Reports]
    Gan To Kagaku Ryoho. 2022 Dec; 49(13):1482-1484.Demura K, Murakami K, … Nishida T
  • A 36-year-old woman visited a previous doctor with lower abdominal pain and nausea. Her former doctor's upper gastrointestinal endoscopy and CT scan showed giant folds and wall thickening of the lower body of the stomach, and she was referred on suspicion of scirrhous gastric cancer. Similar findings were found on enhanced CT at our hospital. Endoscopic findings performed several days later showe…
  • IgE-mediated Anisakis allergy in children. [Review]
    Allergol Immunopathol (Madr). 2023; 51(1):98-109.Pontone M, Giovannini M, … Buyuktiryaki B
  • Anisakids are nematodes responsible for different clinical patterns in humans. The well-known human-infecting Anisakis species include members of the Anisakis simplex (AS) complex. Humans usually contract anisakiasis through ingestion of raw or undercooked seafood containing Anisakis larvae. Once Anisakis has been ingested, patients may develop disease driven directly by Anisakis larvae and/or by…
  • Asymptomatic gastric anisakiasis detected in gastric cancer screening: A case report. [Case Reports]
    IDCases. 2022; 30:e01635.Harada F, Yamamoto K, … Shineha R
  • Anisakiasis is a parasitic disease caused by Anisakis simplex and has become an emerging zoonosis as preferences for eating raw or undercooked seafood have become more common. Few case reports of asymptomatic anisakiasis have been published to date. A 79-year-old asymptomatic man underwent esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) for gastric cancer screening. The gastroenterologist diagnosed superficial …
  • Inflammatory Response in Caco-2 Cells Stimulated with Anisakis Messengers of Pathogenicity. [Journal Article]
    Pathogens. 2022 Oct 20; 11(10)Bellini I, Scribano D, … Cavallero S
  • Background: Anisakis spp. third-stage larvae (L3) are the causative agents of human zoonosis called anisakiasis. The accidental ingestion of L3 can cause acute and chronic inflammation at the gastric, intestinal, or ectopic levels. Despite its relevance in public health, studies on pathogenetic mechanisms and parasite-human interplay are scarce. The aim of this study was to investigate the human …
  • Anisakiasis Annual Incidence and Causative Species, Japan, 2018-2019. [Journal Article]
    Emerg Infect Dis. 2022 10; 28(10):2105-2108.Sugiyama H, Shiroyama M, … Morishima Y
  • Using data from 2018-2019 health insurance claims, we estimated the average annual incidence of anisakiasis in Japan to be 19,737 cases. Molecular identification of larvae revealed that most (88.4%) patients were infected with the species Anisakis simplex sensu stricto. Further insights into the pathogenesis of various anisakiasis forms are needed.
  • Anisakiasis: Imaging findings. [Journal Article]
    Radiologia (Engl Ed). 2022 May-Jun; 64(3):245-255.Fornell Pérez R, Urizar Gorosarri M, Pérez Bea M
  • CONCLUSIONS: The presence of Anisakis species in food consumed in Western countries is becoming more common. Patients with anisakiasis present with acute abdomen; there are no specific clinical signs or laboratory findings. Careful history taking is key to discovering exposure to Anisakis-contaminated food, but this task is hindered by unfamiliarity with the condition and lack of suspicion and is also confounded by the variable latency period after ingestion of Anisakis-contaminated food. Give the nonspecific presentation, patients with anisakiasis often undergo imaging tests to rule out other processes. Thus, radiologists need to be familiar with the spectrum of imaging findings that should lead to the inclusion of anisakiasis in the differential diagnosis, so they can guide clinicians toward directed history taking and specific tests.
  • [Anisakidosis diagnosed after expulsion of worms in stools: a rare form of diagnosis in humans]. [Case Reports]
    Rev Chilena Infectol. 2021 10; 38(5):713-715.von-Mühlenbrock C, Jimenez A, … Gil LC
  • Anisakidosis is an accidental and cosmopolitan parasitic zoonosis of human beings, its definitive host being marine mammals such as sea lions, seals and dolphins, among others. Humans are infested by consumption in the larval stage of the nematode of Anisakis present in raw fish and shellfish such as hake or conger eel. The infestation is preferably located in the upper digestive tract, observing…
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