infection, the first symptom patients notice is a palm or sole irritation, that is pruritic and either vesicular or erythematous, that should be differentiated from cutaneous larva … migrans. … Dermatological examination shows the rash described above, that is sometimes accompanied by scratching lesions or typical cutaneous larvamigrans, a serpiginous erythematous
Ocular larvamigrans (OLM), also known as ocular toxocariasis, is the ocular form of the larvamigrans syndrome that occurs when Toxocara canis (dog roundworm) larvae invade … They may be associated with visceral larvamigrans. … The eye involvement can cause the following inflammatory disorders:
In contrast to visceral larvamigrans, ocular toxocariasis usually
Cutaneous larvamigrans (abbreviated CLM) is a skin disease in humans, caused by the larvae of various nematode parasites of the hookworm family (Ancylostomatidae). … Cutaneous larvamigrans usually heals spontaneously over weeks to months and has been known to last as long as one year. … Dermatology
List of migrating cutaneous conditions
Gnathostomiasis (also known as larvamigrans profundus) is the human infection caused by the nematode (roundworm) Gnathostoma spinigerum and/or Gnathostoma hispidum, which … The following are commonly used terms when referring to gnathostomiasis
Nodular migratory eosinophilic panniculitis
Spiruroid … larvamigrans
The first case of Gnathostoma was identified by Sir Richard Owen when inspecting the stomach of a young tiger that had died
The disease can manifest as visceral larvamigrans or ocular toxocariasis or may be covert. … The clinical presentation of toxocariasis depends upon the organ system involved and can be classified as: Visceral larvamigrans (VLM) - involving all major organs Ocular … larvamigrans (OLM) - involving the eyes and the optic nerve A covert form which is difficult to diagnose.
Toxocariasis is often called visceral larvamigrans (VLM). … ; and ocular larvamigrans (OLM), in which pathological effects on the host are restricted to the eye and the optic nerve. … High parasitic loads or repeated infection can lead to visceral larvamigrans (VLM).
malayi), Trichinella spiralis (the causative agent of trichinellosis), Dracunculus medinensis (Guinea worm), Toxocara canis and T. cati (the causative agent of visceral larva … migrans), and Ancylostoma braziliense (responsible for cutaneous larvamigrans) are classified into this group of nematodes as they cause infections related to other tissues