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infestation of the human intestine with Ascaris roundworms

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Three main pathogenic mechanisms underlie the numerous manifestations of ascariasis that resemble the symptoms of various diseases.
Ascariasis is a common helminthic infection with a worldwide incidence of 25% (1).
Moreover, ERCP provides a therapeutic option for ascariasis, fascioliasis, and some forms of hydatidosis.
The presentation of ascariasis depends on the involvement of the organ ex lungs, hepatobiliary system, renal, central nervous system.
Ascariasis must be suspected in children from endemic regions of the world presenting with acute abdomen.
Divided by region, China, Korea, and Vietnam carry the highest incidence of ascariasis and subsequently higher rates of hemobilia secondary to this infection [29].
Evidence from systematic reviews and meta-analyses of WASH interventions in poor communities with unsafe water and inadequate sanitation has shown that interventions can reduce the risk of diarrheal diseases [6,7] and water related diseases including ascariasis, dracunculiasis, hookworm infection, schistosomiasis, and trachoma [12, 13].
Ascariasis was present in all age groups, with detection rates from 21.5% to 27.3% in different age groups in 2014 and from 16.2% to 38% in 2015 (Figure 2).
Beside Ascariasis found intraoperatively in one of our cases, the burden of infectious disease in the region which can have systemic presentation involving those anatomical parts needs high consideration in this regard raising the possibility.
Albonico et al., "Soil-transmitted helminth infections: ascariasis, trichuriasis, and hookworm," The Lancet, vol.
103 (48.1%) of the 214 stool specimens were positive; of these, 68 (31.8%) were with unspecified bacteria and 35 (16.4%) contain amoeba, giardia, and ascariasis. Out of 303 patients, 85.5% of stools were nonbloody and 14.5% have blood in stools (Figure 2).
This review was developed based on state-of-the art of beneficial bacteria research on helminths, mainly schistosomiasis, trichinellosis, toxocariasis, trichuriasis, ascariasis, hookworms, and Strongyloides, and discussed accordingly.
Xu et al., "Ascaris suum enolase is a potential vaccine candidate against ascariasis," Vaccine, vol.