Bilateral enterobius vermicularis salpingo-oophoritis.

Abstract

Inflammatory pelvic disease secondary to infection with Enterobius vermicularis is rare in that pinworms are usually asymptomatic inhabitants of the terminal small bowel and cecum. When these parasites do cause symptoms, however, there is a spectrum of gastrointestinal and genitourinary complaints. A case is presented of a woman with bilateral abdominal… (More)

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@article{Kogan1983BilateralEV, title={Bilateral enterobius vermicularis salpingo-oophoritis.}, author={Jacob Kogan and Mark D. Alter and Hannah M Price}, journal={Postgraduate medicine}, year={1983}, volume={73 1}, pages={305, 309-10} }