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Enterobius vermicularis larvae in urine sample of female student: The first case report in Indonesia
Journal of Microbiology & Experimentation
Genital enterobiasis is caused by migration of adult females or larvae of Enterobius vermicularis (E. vermicularis). Adult female E. vermicularis migrate to the genital organs after laying eggs at perianal area. The eggs in the perianal will hatch into larvae and walk into the anus. In female patients, the chance of larval entry into the genital is greater because it is located adjacent to the anal. A larvae of E. vermicularis was found in direct urine of a 19-year-old female student. Theredoi:10.15406/jmen.2021.09.00314 fatcat:5mslaojvhfe7xlzb3oxttsh7kq