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An Uncommon Liver Mass and Hypereosinophilia: Acute Fascioliasis
Journal of Medical Cases
Fascioliasis is a zoonotic disease caused by the trematode Fasciola hepatica, a liver fluke. Its usual hosts are sheep and cattle, in which it causes a disease of economic importance. Humans are accidental hosts who become infected after eating uncooked aquatic plants on which encysted organisms are present. In Turkey, clinical cases are seen in sporadic and it is difficult to recognize them; there might be delays in diagnosis and therapy. By scanning the literature, it is understood that mostdoi:10.4021/jmc1534w fatcat:3nbopj67ajgq3fzmihct3ibije