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Intestinal anisakiasis is a disease caused by human infection by Anisakis larva that can be found in undercooked fish that is increasing worldwide. The symptoms, typically abdominal pain, develop within 5-7 days after the fish intake. The diagnosis may be suspected based on common anamnesis (unfrozen fish intake) with abdominal pain or bowel obstruction and(More)
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