Acta Scientific Gastrointestinal Disorders (ISSN: 2582-1091)

Literature Review Volume 3 Issue 4

Hepatobiliary Infestation by Ascaris lumbricoides

BQ Sander1*, EP Silva2, SR Farfan3, LD Conceição4, SG Godinho5, WCC Vieira6, FMB Pires7, HG Sampaio8, JR Pereira9, FRB Miranda10, CHR Castro11 and IS Barra12

1Sander Medical Center, Brazil
2Hospital Portela, Brazil
3Hospital of Santa Rosália, Brazil
4HC of Alagoinhas, Brazil
5Hospital Imaculada Conceição, Brazil
6Clínica AMA, Brazil
7Tower Center, Brazil
8HapClínica Pituba, Brazil
9GV Clínicas, Brazil
10Clínica São José,, Brazil
11Clínica São Francisco de Assis, Brazil
12Hospital Portela, Brazil

*Corresponding Author:BQ Sander, Sander Medical Center, Brazil.

Received: March 12, 2020; Published: March 30, 2020

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Abstract

  Hepatobiliary infestation by Ascaris lumbricoides is a common condition with extremely rare complications such as liver abscess, until most common complications such as obstructive jaundice. Prevalence is more frequent in developing countries with poor sanitary conditions, where the prevalence of Ascaris is high.

Keywords: Ascaris lumbricoides; Hepatobiliary Infestation

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Citation

Citation: BQ Sander., et al. “Hepatobiliary Infestation by Ascaris lumbricoides”. Acta Scientific Gastrointestinal Disorders 3.4 (2020): 09-10.



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