[Enterobius vermicularis localized to the internal female genitalia].


Enterobius vermicularis is one of the most common helminthic infections in humans. It normally inhabits the large intestine and is of low pathogenecity. The ova are, however, occasionally found in ectopic sites in the peritoneal cavity, usually as asymptomatic granulomas, though in rare cases they may cause chronic lower abdominal pain. Two cases of ectopic… (More)


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