In Japan, a 25-Year-old on a bad neck, complained of pain. Doctors discovered a live worm in her left tonsil and removed it. She had previously eaten Sushi.
Doctors have removed in Japan, a 25-Year-old a living worm out of the left tonsil. The young woman had previously eaten different Sushimi and pain in the left pharyngeal side complained, according to a report in the trade magazine "The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene" was published.
The 25-Year-old went to the hospital, where Doctors eventually discovered the moving, black worm in her left tonsil – it was 38 mm long and 1 mm wide. It was the larva of a parasitic Nematode of the genus pseudo-Terra Nova. He belongs to the family of Anisakis. Anisakis-worms, intestinal parasites, abdominal pain, Nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea can. They hide in raw fish such as Sushi.
The Doctors removed the worm with tweezers. The 25-Year-old then went quickly better.
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