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Clinical and Endoscopic Features of Colonic Anisakiasis in Korea

Joo SK, Kim JW, Kim BG, Kim W, Lee JK, Lee KL

To analyze the clinical and endoscopic features of colonic anisakiasis. A retrospective chart review of 20 patients with colonic anisakiasis, who were diagnosed by colonoscopy at 8 hospitals between January...
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Anisakiasis Induced Segmental Jejunum Obstruction

Kim BH, Park HU, Park SK, Jeon SM, Jung CW, Son CM, Choi HW, Kim HS

Human anisakiasis is a disease caused by an infestation of the third stage larvae of family anisakidae. The ingested larvae invade the gastrointestinal wall, causing clinical symptoms that include abdomen...
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Anisakiasis Involving the Oral Mucosa

Choi SK, Kim CK, Kim SH, Jo DI

Anisakis is a parasite with life cycles involving fish and marine mammals. Human infection, anisakiasis, occurs with the ingestion of raw infected seafood and usually presents with acute or chronic...
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Is There a Link between Clinical Manifestation of Gastric Anisakiasis and Helicobacter pylori Infection?

Shimamura , Honda H, Fukuda K

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A Case of Anisakiasis Invading the Oropharynx

Choi JH, Kim EJ, Park SH, Kim SW

Anisakiasis is one of the fish-transmitted infections that result from the accidental ingestion of third-stage larva belonging to the family Anisakidae. A large number of cases of gastric anisakiasis have...
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Clinical Characteristics of Gastroallergic Anisakiasis and Diagnostic Implications of Immunologic Tests

Chung YB, Lee J

PURPOSE: Recent studies have used the term "gastroallergic anisakiasis" to describe incidental gastrointestinal infection with Anisakis spp. larvae, proposed as a causative agent of food hypersensitivity. However, it is unknown...
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Chronic gastric anisakiasis provoking a bleeding gastric ulcer

Kang DB, Park WC, Lee JK

Gastric anisakiasis is a parasitic disease caused by the gastric mucosal penetration of the Anisakis larvae ingested with raw fish. Acute gastric anisakiasis is diagnosed by the endoscopic visualization of...
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A Case of Esophageal Anisakiasis Presenting as Chest Pain Mimicking Angina

Shin KD, An CM, Nam SW, Kim SK, Kim SH, Kim IH, Kim SW, Lee SO, Lee ST

  • KMID: 1529319
  • Korean J Gastrointest Endosc.
  • 2007 Jul;35(1):19-22.
Chest pain of a non-cardiac origin is frequently seen in medical practice. This kind of chest pain is often difficult to differentiate from chest pain of a cardiac origin. Esophageal...
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Three Cases of Colonic Anisakiasis

Kim YH, Choi WB, Lee SC, Choi HW

  • KMID: 2143662
  • Korean J Gastrointest Endosc.
  • 2006 Oct;33(4):239-243.
Anisakiasis occurs when humans ingest raw or inadequately cooked saltwater fish or squid that is infested with anisakis larvae. The larvae invade the gastrointestinal mucosa and cause abdominal pain, nausea,...
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Anisakiasis in Oral Cavity: A Case Report

Park JY, Park YJ, Ko HS, Song YJ

  • KMID: 1875293
  • Korean J Otolaryngol-Head Neck Surg.
  • 2006 Jul;49(7):763-765.
Anisakiasis is a disease caused by human infection by the Anisakis larvae, a marine nematode found in raw or undercooked fish. Most of anisakiasis are found in gastric or intestinal...
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Three Cases of Gastric Anisakiasis Mimicking Submucosal Tumor

Park SW, Joo YE, Jung PJ, Park MH, Lee NH, Jhu IK, Park GS, Park CH, Lee WS, Kim HS, Choi SK, Rew JS, Kim SJ

  • KMID: 1865741
  • Korean J Gastrointest Endosc.
  • 2006 Jun;32(6):381-386.
Gastric anisakiasis is a parasitic infestation that occurs after eating raw marine fish that contain Anisakis larvae. The diagnosis is usually confirmed by endoscopy, which often reveals the presence of...
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Anisakiasis of the Colon: Report of Two Cases

Cho EY, Song WK, Ahn YH, Oh HJ, Seo GS, Kim TH, Choi SC, Nah YH

  • KMID: 2244070
  • Korean J Gastrointest Endosc.
  • 2006 Apr;32(4):298-301.
Anisakiasis is a rare finding in the colon in comparison with its involvement in the stomach. Also, anisakiasis of the colon is usually incidentally diagnosed during either endoscopy or on...
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A Case of Rectal Anisakiasis

Jang ST, Choi IJ, Kim WT, Lee H, Lee SW, Kang SB, Nam SW, Lee DS

  • KMID: 1511324
  • Korean J Gastrointest Endosc.
  • 2006 Feb;32(2):156-159.
Anisakiasis refers to the infestation of humans by a species of marine nematode larvae belonging to the subfamily Anisakidae, and this condition is seen in people who eat inadequately prepared...
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A Case of Anisakiasis Concurrently Invading Esophagus and Stomach, and Another Case of Esophageal Anisakiasis

Kim JH, Hwang JU, Kim SH, Kim KH, Kang SJ, Kim KS, Hur JH, Choi SH

  • KMID: 1511315
  • Korean J Gastrointest Endosc.
  • 2006 Feb;32(2):116-119.
Human anisakiasis may occur after ingestion of raw marine fish infected with the nematode larvae of Anisakidae. Clinical symptoms such as cramping abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and epigastric fullness,...
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A case of gastroallergic anisakiasis

Kim SH, Kim HU, Lee J

  • KMID: 1984692
  • Korean J Med.
  • 2006 Jan;70(1):111-116.
Human subjects can be incidentally parasitized by third stage larvae of Anisakis spp. by eating raw or undercooked seafood. Acute gastric anisakiasis is one of the most frequently encountered entities...
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Gastrointestinal Anisakiasis

Suh SB, Suh BJ, Yu HJ, Lim SD, Kim JP

  • KMID: 2004333
  • J Korean Surg Soc.
  • 2005 Nov;69(5):417-419.
We report a case of gastrointestinal anisakiasis which was misinterpreted as a gastrointestinal stromal tumor until an operation and pathological report. A 44-year-old female was diagnosed as having a gastrointestinal...
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A Case of Gastric Anisakiasis Presenting with Submucosal Tumor

Choi JY, So HD, Koo C, Ji HY, Choi MS

  • KMID: 2172348
  • Chonnam Med J.
  • 2005 Apr;41(1):117-120.
Anisakiasis is a parasitic disease following ingesting raw fish infected with Anisakis larvae. The clinical symptoms are severe cramping abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting and epigastric fullness. The endoscopic features of...
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A Case of Gastric Anisakiasis with Recurrent Abdominal Pain in a Child

Kwon JH, Uhm JH, Chung KS

  • KMID: 1979840
  • Korean J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr.
  • 2004 Mar;7(1):74-77.
Anisakiasis is a accidental parasitic infection caused by nematode larvae belonging to the subfamily Anisakinae when a raw or inadequately cooked fish is ingested. The common clinical symptoms are severe...
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A Case of Anisakiasis Concurrently Invading the Stomach, Ileocecal Valve and Transverse Colon

Kim BH, Park CU, Lee JH, Yeom SM, Chae DY, Kim SP, Jeon WJ, Lee GH, Kim HD, Im JY

  • KMID: 1929919
  • Korean J Gastrointest Endosc.
  • 2004 Jan;28(1):43-46.
Anisakiasis of the gastrointestinal tract is caused by the ingestion of raw fish or uncooked foods infested with Anisakis larvae belonging to the subfamily Anisakidae. With the increasing popularity of...
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A Case of Anisakiasis Diagnosed after Partial Resection of Ileum Due to Eosinophilic Ascites and Ileal Abscess

Kim MY, Kim HS, Park DH, Choi YJ, Baik SK, Lee DK, Kwon SO

  • KMID: 1566055
  • Korean J Gastrointest Endosc.
  • 2002 Dec;25(6):457-460.
Eosinophilic enteritis is characterized by massive infiltration of eosinophil throughout the entire or each layer of intestinal wall with marked submucosal edema. The etiology of this disease is not clear...
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