intestinal myiasis

in·tes·ti·nal my·i·a·sis

presence of larvae of certain dipterous insects in the gastrointestinal tract, as of Musca domestica (domestic housefly), the cheese mite (Acarus siro), and Fannia canicularis (lesser housefly).
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Intestinal myiasis caused by larvae of Telmatoscopus albipunctata in a Taiwanese man.
Intestinal myiasis in a Malaysian patient caused by larvae of Clogmia albipunctatus (Diptera: Psychodidae).
Although these commonly cause wound or necrotic tissue myiasis, eggs or larvae in the environment can be accidentally ingested causing intestinal myiasis [6].
Our patient presented with multiple, living, L3 larvae in his stools and thus likely contracted intestinal myiasis from accidental ingestion of eggs.
We have described a new case of accidental intestinal myiasis that occurred due to E.
Analogous to our study, laboratories tests show that live larvae are predominantly instigated by intestinal myiasis flies.
A case of intestinal myiasis caused by the larva of Chrysomyia chloropyga Wied.
Larvae of Clogmia albipunctata were reported before as cause of human nasopharyngeal myiasis (14, 20), intestinal myiasis (21-22) and urinary myiasis (9, 10).
Intestinal myiasis in man caused by larvae of Clogmia (= Telmatoscopus) albipunctata Williston (Psychodidae, Diptera).
Diverse cases have been reported of traumatic and intestinal myiasis provoked by Sarcophaga sp., but the specific species has not been determined [18].
Hamid, "Second report of accidental intestinal myiasis due to Eristalis tenax (Diptera: Syrphidae) in Iran," Case Reports in Emergency Medicine, vol.

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