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Research & Reviews  176 results

Feeding gastrostomy stoma site cutaneous myiasis: a rare entity.
BMJ Case Reports; Das S, Gaur NK et. al.

Jul 25th, 2021 - Infestation of any dead or necrotic tissues by the larvae of flies (maggots) is myiasis. This form of habitation is not restricted to any particular tissues in the body and can occur anywhere. However, myiasis at the surgical stoma site is very ra...

Vaginal correction of genital prolapse treated for myiasis.
Journal of Minimally Invasive Gynecology; Brito LGO, Lisboa RBB et. al.

Jul 19th, 2021 - Vaginal correction of genital prolapse treated for myiasis.|2021|Brito LGO,Lisboa RBB,Chaim SO,Juliato CRT,|

Myiasis in a returning traveller.
Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease; Chang KM, Donaghy HJ

Jul 18th, 2021 - Myiasis in a returning traveller.|2021|Chang KM,Donaghy HJ,|

Oral myiasis affecting paediatric patients: a systematic review.
Journal of Stomatology, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery; Jain A, Taneja S

Jul 15th, 2021 - Oral myiasis is a rare condition caused by Dipteran larvae that feed on living or dead tissues, ingested food or body fluids. It affects immunocompromised individuals with low socioeconomic status or those unable to maintain proper hygiene. Cases ...

Nasal Maggot Infection in a Patient With Nasal Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma.
Ear, Nose, & Throat Journal; Ou J, Huang Y

Jul 9th, 2021 - We describe a case of nasal non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in a 79-year-old Chinese patient accompany with nasal myiasis. The first 2 biopsies in this case were false negative. Subsequently, nasal maggots developed in this patient. After removing all magg...

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News  3 results

Make the Diagnosis - November 2016
Dr. Donna Bilu Martin

Nov 14th, 2016 - Cutaneous larva migrans Cutaneous larva migrans (CLM) presents as a self-limited cutaneous eruption. It is also known as creeping eruption.

Furuncular Myiasis in 2 American Travelers Returning From Senegal

Dec 9th, 2014 - Conclusion We present 2 cases of travelers returning to North America from Senegal with C anthropophaga furuncular myiasis. Careful review of travel history, physical examination, and identification of fly larvae are important for diagnosis.


History: A 66-year-old Caucasian male presented with a chief complaint of a nonhealing bump on his left forearm for the past several weeks. He returned to the United States recently after traveling in Central America for 2 months. He recalls being...

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