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A Case of Cutaneous Myiasis Caused by Cordylobia anthropophaga Larvae in a Korean Traveler Returning from Central Africa

Ko JY, Lee IY, Park BJ, Shin JM, Ryu JS

The cutaneous myiasis has been rarely reported in the Republic of Korea. We intended to describe here a case of furuncular cutaneous myiasis caused by Cordylobia anthropophaga larvae in a...
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A Case of Furuncular Myiasis Due to Cordylobia anthropophaga in a Korean Traveler Returning from Uganda

Song SM, Kim SW, Goo YK, Hong Y, Ock M, Cha HJ, Chung DI

A fly larva was recovered from a boil-like lesion on the left leg of a 33-year-old male on 21 November 2016. He has worked in an endemic area of myiasis,...
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A Case of Cutaneous Wound Myiasis Associated with Basal Cell Carcinoma by Sarcophaga africa

Song S, Lee S, Heo EP

  • KMID: 2368900
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2016 Dec;54(10):826-827.
No abstract available.
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Canine Wound Myiasis Caused by Lucilia sericata (Diptera: Calliphoridae) in Korea

Choe S, Lee D, Park H, Jeon HK, Kim H, Kang JH, Jee CH, Eom KS

Myiasis is a relatively common infection of animals kept as pets, although only 1 case of canine myiasis has been described so far in the Republic of Korea. In the...
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A Case of Furuncular Cutaneous Myiasis by Dermatobia hominis

Yoon YH, Kim M, Oh ST, Cho BK, Lee IY, Park HJ

  • KMID: 2046274
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2015 Aug;53(7):570-571.
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A Case of Endoscopic Removal of Nasal Myiasis in Cerebral Infarction Patient

Han JU, Suk SH, Im JS, Kim BY

Infestation of tissue by fly larvae is termed myiasis, and it is unusual in humans. Nasal myiasis is common in low socioeconomic status individuals due to poor nasal hygiene. It...
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A Case of Nosocomial Nasal Myiasis in Comatose Patient

Heo SJ, Lee MJ, Park CM, Kim JS

A 82-year-old female was injured in a car accident and admitted to the emergency department in a comatose state. The patient was intubated and then transferred to the intensive care...
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Nasal Myiasis

Sinha V, Shah S, Ninama M, Gupta D, Prajapati , More Y, Bhat V, Kedia BK

  • KMID: 2131886
  • J Rhinol.
  • 2006 Nov;13(2):120-123.
BACKGROUND: Nasal myiasis is very distressing condition of the nose that occurs among patients with atrophic rhinitis. This condition is frequently found among those belonging to the lower socioeconomic status...
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A Case of Internal Myiasis of the Repiratory System Associated with Pneumonia

Choi EG, Lim DM, Na MJ, Yang JM, Lee YH, Lee WY

Internal myiasis is a rare disease, which has not been reported in Korea, yet. This case report describes a patient with pneumonia associated with internal myiasis. She was 84-year old...
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Myiasis in a submandibular metastatic squamous cell carcinoma: a case report

Park SY, Kwon TG, Kim JB, Joo CY

  • KMID: 2190514
  • J Korean Assoc Oral Maxillofac Surg.
  • 2000 Oct;26(5):550-556.
We report a case of myiasis on the left submandibular area after radiation therapy for squamous cell carcinoma. A 77-year-old man visited our hospital, 7 weeks after complicating a course...
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Palpebral myiasis

Jun BK, Shin JC, Woog JJ

Myiasis is most prevalent in Mexico, central and south America, tropical Africa, and the southwestern United States. Although dermal myiasis is rare in most of the United States, it is...
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