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Korean Journal of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 2006;32(2): 116-119.
식도와 위를 동시 침범한 아니사키스증 1예와 식도 아니사키스증 1예
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A Case of Anisakiasis Concurrently Invading Esophagus and Stomach, and Another Case of Esophageal Anisakiasis
Jong Hyun Kim, M.D., Jung Up Hwang, M.D., Sang Hyun Kim, M.D., Kyu Hak Kim, M.D., Seong Joo Kang, M.D., Kab Sik Kim, M.D., Jong Hyun Hur, M.D. and Seong Ho Choi, M.D.
Department of Internal Medicine, Dongeui Medical Center, Busan, Korea
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, usually develop within 12 hours after having eaten infected raw sea fish. Anisakiasis is most commonly found in the stomach, and is rarely identified in the small intestine, large intestine, and esophagus. We report two cases of of anisakiasis, one with concurrent invasion of the stomach and esophagus, and the other case with esophageal anisakiasis. Both were treated by endoscopic extraction of the larvae. (Korean J Gastrointest Endosc 2006;32:116⁣119)
Key Words: Anisakis, Esophageal anisakiasis, Gastric anisakiasis
주요어: 아니사키스, 식도 아니사키스증, 위 아니사키스증
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