Marrara syndrome

Marrara syndrome

(măr-ă′ră) [The name of a Sudanese meal]
An allergic cause of nasopharyngitis, occurring in those who have eaten incompletely cooked animal organs, e.g., goat lung or liver, infested with nymphs of the parasite Linguatula serrata.
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The Marrara syndrome: a hypersensitivity reaction of the upper respiratory tract and buccopharyngeal mucosa to nymphs of Linguatula serrata.