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Korean Journal of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 2006;33(4): 239-243.
대장에서 발견된 아니사키스증 3예
김영훈·최우봉·이승찬·최현웅*
성누가병원 내과, *일반외과
Three Cases of Colonic Anisakiasis
Young Hun Kim, M.D., Woo Bong Choi, M.D., Seung Chan Lee, M.D. and Hyun Woong Choi, M.D.*
Departments of Internal Medicine, *General Surgery, St. Luke's Hospital, Seocheon, Korea
Abstract
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, vomiting and various gastrointestinal lesions. Anisakiasis of the stomach has been reported occasionally but involvement of the small bowel or colon is extremely rare. We report three cases of anisakiasis in the colon with a brief review of the relevant literature. (Korean J Gastrointest Endosc 2006;33:239⁣243)
Key Words: Anisakis, Colonic anisakiasis
주요어: 아니사키스, 대장 아니사키스증
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