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Enteric anisakiasis is a known parasitic infection. To date, human infection has been reported as resulting from the inadvertent ingestion of the anisakis larvae when eating raw/undercooked fish, squid, or eel. We present a first reported case of intestinal obstruction caused by anisakiasis, after the ingestion of raw clams.
Effective treatment of pancreatic pathology relies on both preoperative and intraoperative decision making. Traditionally, the use of preoperative imaging and endoscopic modalities, in combination with intraoperative findings and pathologic evaluation, has guided the surgeons to perform the correct operative procedure. We hypothesize that the intraoperative… (More)