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2 100 tenderness, indigestion, nausea, vomiting, anorexia * All patients underwent gastroduodenoscopy, during which Anisakis larvae were removed with biopsy forceps.
Patients included had unexplained IDA and had undergone negative gastroduodenoscopy (upper endoscopy) plus biopsies and ileocolonoscopy (colonoscopy) procedures.
Vinson performed an Esophageal Gastroduodenoscopy (EGD).
e) Total number of possible procedures was 17 and included central line placement, cesarean section, chest tube placement, colonoscopy, endoscopic gastroduodenoscopy (EGD), exercise stress testing, flexible sigmoidoscopy, joint aspiration/injection, nasopharvngoscopy, put acentesis, respirator management short arm or leg cast, skin biopsy, surgical assistant, Swan-Ganz catheter, thoracentesis, and vasectomy.
Informed consent for intestinal biopsy was obtained in the 2 cases, and biopsy specimens obtained from the second duodenal portion during gastroduodenoscopy showed classic subtotal (stage 3b) and total (stage 3c) villous atrophy, respectively, according to a modified Marsh classification (10).
Chest radiograph showed hemorrhagic alveolitis, and gastroduodenoscopy showed erosive duodenitis.
In the tropics, analysis of duodenal aspirates from gastroduodenoscopy for epigastric pain should include microscopic examination to look for Strongyloides larvae.