Venison, another source of Paragonimus westermani infection.

Abstract

Paragonimiasis is a typical food-borne parasitic disease, endemic in most parts of Asia, with sporadic case reports from American and African countries. The major source of infection is undercooked freshwater crab or crayfish, though consumption of wild boar meat is also responsible for the infection in Japan, because wild boar is a paratenic host for… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.parint.2016.09.009

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