A nematode found in fish, amphibians, and reptiles; human infections, manifested by gastrointestinal symptoms, are rare and related to consumption of raw fish; larvae are pinkish-red.
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Disease considerations for the swollen and firm caudal coelomic cavity included overfeeding; visceral larval migrans, such as Eustrongyloides species (3,4); steatitis (5,6); foreign body ingestion; or neoplastic mass (eg, nephroblastoma).
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