Pada umumnya askariasis terjadi di daerah beriklim tropis dan lumbricoides lebih sering terjadi pada anak-anak usia 5 tahun albendazole in treating mild, moderate, and severe ascariasis. Methods Stool ascariasis in 20 (15%). infeksi tropik pada anak. Jakarta. Ascariasis. Ascariasis is the commonest worm found in children usually ascariasis + trichuriasis. These findings, of obatan Ascariasis pada anak- anak de·.

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Biliary ascariasis is a complication of intestinal ascariasis. This results in characteristic findings in the intravenous cholangiocholecystogram and in the sonogram. Characteristic signs of biliary ascariasis are, in the longitudinal section, the ‘strip sign’, ‘spaghetti sign’, ‘inner tube sign’, and in transverse section ‘a bull’s eye in the triple O’.

The helminth can travel from out of the biliary duct system back into the intestinum, so that control examinations can even be negative. Home Treatment If your child has ascariasisthe Ascaris lumbricoides is one of the most common parasitic infestations of the gastrointestinal tract worldwide.

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During the intestinal phase of the disease, the adult worms usually remain clinically silent, sometimes causing a variety of non-specific abdominal symptoms. When present in large numbers, the worms may get intertwined into a bolus, causing intestinal obstruction, volvulus or even perforation. Occasionally, the adult Ascaris worm may migrate into the Vater’s ampulla and enter the bile duct, gall bladder or pancreatic duct, leading to a variety of complications such as biliary colic, gallstone formation, cholecystitis, pyogenic cholangitis, liver abscess and pancreatitis.

Imaging plays a significant role in showing the presence of worms and possible complications in intestinal as well as hepatobiliary ascariasis. This pictorial essay aims to illustrate various imaging features of ascariasis and its associated complications. Tilfaeldigt fund af biliaer ascariasis. We describe a case of biliary ascariasis in a year-old Philippine au-pair with recurrent upper abdominal pain.

Hepatobiliary ascariasis is rarely seen in non-endemic areas. The diagnosis is important because severe complications can occur. If migrated into the biliary tree, it is recommended Incidence of ascariasis in gastric carcinoma. Prompted by the finding that the radiological incidence of small bowel ascariasis in the patient with gastric carcinoma was unexpectedly lower than the incidence in the normal population, a clinical study was performed to investigate possible relationship between gastric carcinoma and intestinal ascariasis.

As a preliminary survey, we reviewed the radiological incidence of ascariasis in a total of 2, cases of upper GI series performed at the Department of Radiology, St Mary’s Hospital Catholic Medical College.

These included 1, normal subjects, gastric carcinoma patients, benign gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer patients and other upper GI diseases. Following the preliminary study, a more accurate parasitologic study was conducted in another normal subjects and 51 gastric carcinoma patients.

The radiological incidences of ascaiasis in normal subjects and gastric carcinoma patients were The incidence of overall helminthiasis including ascaris lumbricoides, trichocephalus trichiurus and trichostrongyloides orientalis in normal subjects of the present series was This figure is virtually the same with The high incidence pattern of overall helminthiasis in gastric carcinoma patients is, however, reversed as for as ascariasis is concerned.

Thus, the incidence of ascariasis of gastric carcinoma patients was much lower than that of normal subjects 9. From the present observation, it is postulated that there can be some possible antagonistic relationship between evolution of gastric carcinoma and small bowel infestation of ascaris lumbricoides.

MR cholangiography findings in two cases. We describe the imaging features of two cases of biliary ascariasis. Ultrasonography and CT showed no specific abnormal findings, but MR cholangiography clearly demonstrated an intraductal linear filling defect that led to the correct diagnosis. MR cholangiography is thus a useful technique for the diagnosis of biliary ascariasis.


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Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. Full Text Available Objective: I subgroup — children of primary school age — 15 people, II subgroup — children of senior school age — 28 people. The control group was 32 relatively healthy schoolchildren. Imbalance of micro- and macroelements in the intestinal stage of ascariasis in children is an important pathogenetic link in the formation of the main clinical syndromes in children.

Replenishment of microelement imbalance at the stage of treatment and rehabilitation of children with ascariasis is pathogenetically grounded and promotes the speedy restoration of all disturbed functions of the macroorganism. Nine patients with a MRCP diagnosis of biliary ascariasis were reviewed. All patients had endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography ERCP or surgical confirmation of the disease. All the identified worms demonstrated a characteristic three-parallel-lines appearance.

The middle high-signal intensity line is sandwiched between two low-signal intensity lines and they are in turn surrounded by high signal bile. On thick-slab MRCP the worms also askariqsis the three-line sign but with less clarity.

Intrahepatic ascariasis — Common parasite at an uncommon site. Full Text Available Bacterial infections of the biliary tree are common infections of the biliary system which frequently lead to life-threatening sepsis.

Parasitic infections of the biliary tree like ascariasis are not uncommon. Most adult worms reside into the extrahepatic biliary system. Intrahepatic existence is not commonly described. Urgent recognition of the intrahepatic existence of this common parasite anao of paramount importance in order to start timely treatment of this lifethreatening infection.

Authors described a case of intrahepatic ascariasis in a young male who ansk diagnosed radiologically and thereafter managed with endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography and antibiotics. Prevalence of Ascariasis among the Students of Jooro Grammar Study to know the prevalence of ascariasis among the students and teachers of Jooro Grammar School, Ibule-Soro, Ondo State, was undertaken. A total of subjects examined.

Stool sample was collected from each subject and examined for the presence of the parasite, using wet preparation and concentration methods X-Ray Diagnosis of Ascariasis. Full Text Available The article presents a case report of ascariasis in a year-old woman, which was not revealed during coprological survey.

In addition, there were no indirect signs of parasitic infestation as an increased level of blood eosinophils. The diagnosis was established through irrigography and detection of antibodies to ascarides in the blood serum by means of enzyme immunoassay. Banyak faktor yang mempengaruhi tingginya kejadian Ascariasis ini.

Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mengetahui faktor-faktor yang berhubungan dengan kejadian Ascariasis pada murid Sekolah Dasar.


Penelitian ini merupakan penelitian analitik dengan metode cross sectional study yang dilakukan pada murid SDN 25 dan 28 Purus, Kota Padang pada bulan Desember Faktor-faktor yang diteliti antara lain higienitas perorangan, tingkat pengetahuan ibu, sanitasi lingkungan, tempat tinggal, dan tingkat penghasilan orang tua.

Hubungan antar variabel dianalisis anqk uji chi-square. Kejadian Ascariasis pada pada murid SDN 25 dan 28 Purus, Kota Padang tahun tidak berkaitan dengan higienitas perorangan, pengetahuan ibu, sanitasi lingkungan, dan tingkat penghasilan orang tua.

AbstractThe prevalence of Ascariasis is still high in Padang, especially at primary school age children. There are many askafiasis contribute asjariasis the high incidence of this Ascariasis.

The purpose of this study was to know the factors that associated xskariasis the incidence of Ascariasis in primary school. This study uses an analytical design method of cross -sectional study on students in 25 and 28 primary school Purus, Padang in December The factors studied include personal hygiene, level of maternal knowledge, sanitary. Full Text Available Ascaris lumbricoides is the most common intestinal parasite in the world.


Various studies has indicated the high prevalence of this parasite in Iran, specially in the west parts of Iran. The epidemiological study of intestinal parasitic infection is prerequisite for planning of control programs. The Hamadan province is one of the most tourist attraction regions of Iran and providing a safe environment for travelers is the main aim of regional authorities.

A mass chemotherapy for Ascariasis performed in rural areas of Hamadan province for a five years period but, no any intervention was done for control of this parasite in the Hamadan city. Therefore, an epidemiological study of Ascariasis in this town was necessary.

A cross sectional study carried out by cluster random sampling in Hamadan and stool specimens collected from different parts of city. The stools were examined by formalin ether concentration technique for ova and parasites and intensity of infection was determined by quantitative modified Stoll method. Mean infection rate of Ascariasis was The Farhangian suburb northern part had higher infection rate than other parts The highest infection rate were found in the years age group In view of intensity, No any high intensity were found.

Mean egg per gram epg were and This study indicated thatprevalence of Ascaris in Hamadan city anqk considerable at present and a suitable intervention, like health education and selective chemotherapy is necessary to decrease the infection. Conventional methods of radiographic askariasls are often unsatisfactory for identifying worms in the biliary tract.

Ultrasonography is a non-invasive, quick and safe procedure known to have diagnostic accuracy. We studied the ultrasonographic appearance of biliary ascariasis and the role of ultrasonography in diagnosis and management. In a prospective 5-year study, a sonogarphic diagnosis of biliary ascariasis was made on 46 Yemeni patients. The diagnosis was based mainly on sonographic appearences supported by clinical and laboratory results and proved by outcome of either surgical or medical management or spontaneous exit of worms.

Follow-up ultrasound was performed, for all patients, to confirm the diagnosis and to monitor the management. Parasites were present in the dilated main bile duct in 23 patients, in the gallbladder in 12 patients, in the intrahepatic ducts in 6 patients, in the main pancreatic duct askraiasis 4 patients and as an intrahepatic abscess in one patient. The characteristic appearance of Ascaris lumbricoides was a single or multiple echogenic non-shadowing linear or curved strips with or without echoic tubular central lines that represent the digestive tracts of the worm.

A spaghetti-like appearance was seen in 9 patients and amorphous fragments were padq in 2 qskariasis. Sixteen patients underwent surgery, 20 patients were treated medically including spontaneous exit of the worm in 7 patients without treatment and in 10 askqriasis worms were extracted by endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography.

Follow-up ultrasound was found to be effective in confirming the diagnosis and monitoring management.

A Social History of Ascariasis in the s Korea: From a Norm to a Shameful Disease. Full Text Available Until the s, Ascaris was regarded as an essential part of life which controls every aspect of human physiology among Koreans.

Therefore, Ascaris should not be removed from human body. Efforts from medical professionals and the Korean government officials who wished to push forward the parasite control program, had to constantly contest with this perception of Ascaris among ordinary Koreans.