larva migrans


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larva migrans

n larva migrans f; cutaneous — — larva migrans cutánea; visceral — — larva migrans visceral
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After a thorough examination, a doctor told them that their legs we2re infected with larva migrans, commonly known as hookworms.
Syndromes in people infected by Toxocara include visceral larva migrans (caused by larvae migrating through the abdomen and possibly causing signs of liver disease), neural larva migrans (caused by larval migration through the nervous system), and ocular larva migrans caused by larvae migrating through the eye and possibly resulting in loss of vision).
When nonraccoon hosts consume eggs, larva migrans can cause blindness and fatal neurologic sequelae (1,2).
Esses parasitas podem gerar uma variedade de sindromes humanas, como larva migrans visceral (LMV), larva migrans ocular, toxocariase oculta, cerebral e outras infeccoes subclinicas (HOLLAND; SMITH, 2005).
This was the nicest case of cutaneous larva migrans that I've seen in quite some time, although I am fairly sure it has been there for more than a day.
Cutaneous larva migrans is characterized by a linear, serpiginous rash.
Diagnosis of Baylisascaris ocular larva migrans is based on visualization of an appropriately sized larva in the eye, with or without serologic testing.
Toxocariasis may occur in conditions where visceral larva migrans, ocular larva migrans or both clinical pictures are observed in association (6, 7).
5) Ultimately, one or more larvae may reemerge seeking to mature in any tissue and causing cutaneous, visceral, ocular, or neurognathostomiasis, or any combination of larva migrans.
Se conocen dos sindromes principales: larva migrans visceral (VLM), que abarca las enfermedades asociadas con los organos mayores (rinones, bazo, cerebro) y larva migrans ocular (OLM), en el que la patologia y los efectos en el hospedador se limitan al ojo y el nervio optico [3, 4].