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Korean Journal of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 2006;32(2): 156-158.
직장에서 발견된 아니사키스증 1예
장석태·최익준·김우태·이 혁·이승우·강상범·남순우·이동수
가톨릭대학교 의과대학 내과학교실
A Case of Rectal Anisakiasis
Suk Tae Jang, M.D., Ik Jun Choi, M.D., Woo Tae Kim, M.D., Hyeug Lee, M.D., Seoung Woo Lee, M.D., Sang Bum Kang, M.D., Soon Woo Nam, M.D. and Dong Soo Lee, M.D.
Department of Internal Medicine, The Catholic University of Korea College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea
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 or raw salt-water fish and squid. Because Koreans like to eat raw fish, anisakiasis of the stomach has been reported occasionally, but involvement of the small bowel or colon is relatively rare. In the case of the colon, anisakiasis of the ascending colon or the transverse colon has been only infrequently reported, and the incidence of rectal anisakiasis is very rare. The present case is a 58-year-old man with no definite abdominal symptoms who visited our hospital for a medical checkup. A 2 cm sized whitish linear live larva was revealed in the rectum and it was removed by colonoscopy. (Korean J Gastrointest Endosc 2006;32:156⁣159)
Key Words: Anisakis, Rectal anisakiasis
주요어: 아니사키스, 직장 아니사키스증
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