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To describe the clinical and laboratory findings in children with toxocariasis.. The patients were divided into three groups: asymptomatic children n 5 24 , those with visceral larva migrans n 5 16 and those with ocular larva migrans n 5 Age, serology titers, and eosinophil count at diagnosis were compared among the groups. The clinical features were as follows: 24 children

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Toxocariasis canis or catis is a zoonotic infection disseminated in humans. Human beings can act as non-natural hosts in which the parasite can survive for long periods of time and they become infected by the ingestion of geohelminth eggs.

These can be located on the ground, playgrounds and children's games, and are mostly eliminated by dogs or cats. There are different spectra in the clinical presentation of this infection, which can vary from an asymptomatic host to the production of serious organic lesions; some of them are ocular toxocariasis, visceral larva migrans, covert toxocariasis and neurotoxocariasis.

In this case report a patient who presents with a history of respiratory problems, prolonged fever, and hepatomegaly. Laboratory analyses show hypereosinophilia, hypergammaglobulinemia and serodiagnosis is positive for toxocariasis. Preliminary diagnosis: Visceral Larva Migrans Syndrome. Keywords: Hepatic abscess; Hypereosinophilia; Toxocariasis. This site needs JavaScript to work properly. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features!

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Petithory JC. Rev Prat. Visceral larva migrans syndrome complicated by liver abscess. Rayes A, et al. Scand J Infect Dis. PMID: Visceral larva migrans syndrome author's transl ]. Preiss U. Monatsschr Kinderheilkd. PMID: German. Immunoblot for the detection of Ascaris suum-specific antibodies in patients with visceral larva migrans VLM syndrome. Schneider R, et al. Parasitol Res. Epub Nov 1. Show more similar articles See all similar articles. Publication types Case Reports Actions.

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Elaine A. Carvalho I ; Regina L. Rocha II. Higher cutoff points suggest recent illness and lower cutoff points demonstrate mild infection or infection in remission. Therapeutic response may be assessed by means of eosinophil blood cell count.

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Toxocariasis canis or catis is a zoonotic infection disseminated in humans. Human beings can act as non-natural hosts in which the parasite can survive for long periods of time and they become infected by the ingestion of geohelminth eggs. These can be located on the ground, playgrounds and children's games, and are mostly eliminated by dogs or cats. There are different spectra in the clinical presentation of this infection, which can vary from an asymptomatic host to the production of serious organic lesions; some of them are ocular toxocariasis, visceral larva migrans, covert toxocariasis and neurotoxocariasis. In this case report a patient who presents with a history of respiratory problems, prolonged fever, and hepatomegaly. Laboratory analyses show hypereosinophilia, hypergammaglobulinemia and serodiagnosis is positive for toxocariasis.

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