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What is Metagonimiasis?

What is Metagonimiasis?

  • Metagonimiasis: Infection with a parasitic intestinal fluke called Metagonimus yokogawa. Infection usually occurs when eating undercooked or salted fish which are infected with the parasite. It is most common in the Far East, Siberia, Israel and Spain.

Metagonimiasis: Introduction

Types of Metagonimiasis:

Broader types of Metagonimiasis:

How serious is Metagonimiasis?

Complications of Metagonimiasis: see complications of Metagonimiasis

What causes Metagonimiasis?

Causes of Metagonimiasis: see causes of Metagonimiasis

What are the symptoms of Metagonimiasis?

Symptoms of Metagonimiasis: see symptoms of Metagonimiasis

Complications of Metagonimiasis: see complications of Metagonimiasis

Metagonimiasis: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Metagonimiasis.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Metagonimiasis.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Metagonimiasis: Infectious Disease Specialist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Metagonimiasis.
Treatments for Metagonimiasis: see treatments for Metagonimiasis

Name and Aliases of Metagonimiasis

Main name of condition: Metagonimiasis

Other names or spellings for Metagonimiasis:

Metagonimus yokogawai infection

Metagonimus yokogawai, Yokogawa's fluke Source - Diseases Database


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