Patients were clinically suspected of having acute appendicitis, and Enterobius vermicularis
was detected in the pathological examinations of specimens.
With these limitations of our case report, we could not establish if Enterobius vermicularis
was the sole etiologic agent of this patient's tubo-ovarian abscess.
Complete urinalysis and stool microscopic examination were found to be normal and albendazole and pyrantel pamoate treatments were given with a diagnosis of Enterobius vermicularis
Cytologic diagnosis of Enterobius vermicularis
eggs in an enterocutaneous fistula.
Dipylidium caninum Mimicking Recurrent Enterobius vermicularis
Paulo Vicente 2006 SL1 RNA gene recovery from Enterobius vermicularis
ancient DNA in pre-Columbian human coprolites.
95% ** Ascaris lumbricoides 84 21,9 17,8-26,1 Trichuris trichiura 28 7,3 4,7-9,9 Ancylostoma duodenale 12 3,1 1,4-4,9 Enterobius vermicularis
4 1,0 0,02-2,1 Hymenolepis nana 34 8,9 6,0-11,7 Entamoeba sp.
The colonoscopy and aspiration results revealed Enterobius vermicularis
, or pinworm infection.
With the advent of agriculture and of life lived in close proximity to domesticated animals, bacterial as well as helminth parasitism, caused by such as Enterobius vermicularis
, Trichuris trichiura, Ascaris lumbricoides, Trichostrongylus sp.
dispar 2 3,9 Helmintos Ancilostomideos 6 11,8 Ascaris lumbricoides 5 9,8 Hymenolepis nana 3 5,9 Trichuris trichiura 3 5,9 Enterobius vermicularis
1 2 Huevos de Fasciola sp.
Primer enurezis nokturna tedavisinde enterobius vermicularis
eradikasyonunun etkinligi, Jinekoloji Obstetrik Pediatri Dergisi 2006;12:17-9.
is the most frequently occurring nematode infesting the human digestive tract and both its ova and mature forms are rarely detected during examination of fecal specimens.