Multiple Leberherde und Eosinophilie – ein Fallbericht einer Fasciola hepatica-Infektion

Abstract

Fascioliosis is a zoonotic disease caused by Fasciola hepatica (common liver fluke). Initial clinical symptoms are frequently non-specific. Even after the development of liver tumors, a range of different underlying disorders will have to be considered. The rare cause of a parasitosis is not always included in the differential diagnostic work up. We report… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10354-011-0030-7

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@article{Trifina2011MultipleLU, title={Multiple Leberherde und Eosinophilie – ein Fallbericht einer Fasciola hepatica-Infektion}, author={Eva Trifina and Johannes Spenger and Shahin Zandieh and J{\"{o}rg Haller and Herbert Auer and Christian {\"{O}sterreicher and Klaus Klaushofer and Peter Mikosch}, journal={Wiener Medizinische Wochenschrift}, year={2011}, volume={161}, pages={448-454} }