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Exposure of expatriates to the infective larvae of Wuchereria bancrofti can result in the early development of signs of lymphatic obstruction. The findings on the clinical presentation of expatriates are distinct from the chronic pathological findings seen among the native population and are similar to the findings in experimentally infected persons. We report the case of a Peace Corps volunteer who developed acute lymphatic dysfunction within 3 months of arriving in an area that was endemicdoi:10.1093/clinids/23.5.1007 pmid:8922794 fatcat:mwinmsqs5fa4xdxfoifem3cfwq