Korean J Gastrointest Endosc > Volume 16(2); 1996 > Article
Korean Journal of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 1996;16(2): 242-247.
증례 : 식도 위장관 ; 상부 위장관을 침범한 아니사키스증 7예 ( Case Reports : Esophagus , Stomach & Intestine ; Report on 7 Cases of Anisakiasis Involved the Upper Gastrointestinal Tract )
조병섭, 문제웅, 안재곤, 이병철, 전하영, 신경철, 이인환, 권학중, 이향주, 김호정, 김규태, 장석일, 최대섭 (Byung Sup Cho, Je Woong Moon, Jae Ghon Ahn, Byung Chul Lee, Ha Young Jeon, Kyung Chul Shin, In Whan Lee, Hak Joong Kwon, Hyang Joo Lee, Ho Jung Kim, Kyu Tae Kim, Suk Il Chang and Dae Sup Choi)
The anisakiasis disease that is infected through various kinds of larvae of the anisakis family when sea fish ia eaten uncooked or half-cooked. Sinee Van Thiel, a Netherlander, found in 1960 that anisakis larvae parasitize upon the human intestinal tract of the patients who suffer from ahdomieal pain after eating herrings, there have been a number of similar reports in North America and Japan, and the clinical importance of anisakis larvae for the acute gastrontestinal infection is rising. In general, as raw sea fish is not regarded as a source of parasite infestation, the patients who had eaten it and suffered from acute abdominal pain and vomiting are considered as and to be treated of food poisoning. But it is highly possible that some of them suffer from the acute gastrointestinal symptom caused by anisakis larvae. Thereby we report on 7 examples of anisakiasis taken through endoscopic diagnosis of the patients who have the acute upper abdominal pain after eating raw sea fish. (Ko rean J Gostrointest Endosc 16: 242~245, 1996)
Key Words: Anisakiasis , Raw sea fish , Endoscopic diagnosis
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