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147 Possible Causes for Worms in Stool

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  • Ascariasis

    […] in stool vomiting worms nausea & vomiting severe abdominal pain Ascariasis to the degree of causing an intestinal obstruction can be fatal.[healthblurbs.com] Diagnosis Examination of a stool sample Ascariasis is diagnosed by identifying eggs or adult worms in a stool sample or, rarely, by seeing adult worms in stool or coming out[merckmanuals.com] Ascariasis can be initially asymptomatic, and is sometimes detected by observing the presence of worms in the stool.[sabin.org]

  • Enterobiasis

    The most common signs and symptoms of Enterobiasis include the following: Severe itching and red rashes around the rectum Evidence of blood or worms in stool Lower abdominal[dovemed.com] Eggs and female worm detected in stool Treatment of intestinal nematodes?[quizlet.com] Image: Left: Adult male of E. vermicularis from a formalin-ethyl acetate (FEA) concentrated stool smear. The worm measured 1.4 mm in length.[cdc.gov]

  • Taenia Solium Infection

    Adult worms may cause mild GI symptoms or passage of a motile segment in the stool.[msdmanuals.com] Diagnosis of taenia solium Diagnosis: Adults worms: O&P, eggs/proglottids in stool; cysticerci: radiology, biopsy.[quizlet.com] Call for an appointment with your health care provider if you pass something in your stool that looks like a white worm.[medlineplus.gov]

  • Cysticercosis

    Adult worms may cause mild GI symptoms or passage of a motile segment in the stool.[merckmanuals.com] Infection with the adult worm is made by detection of eggs and proglottides. on stool examination.[meddean.luc.edu] You’ll likely need to give your doctor a stool sample for a few months to make sure all the worms are gone. It’s harder to treat an infection caused by tapeworm cysts.[webmd.com]

  • Trichuriasis

    […] eggs in the stool.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Worms live one to three years Worms do not invade but infection may lead to mucosal production of anti-inflammatory cytokines; this property has led to the controversial[pathologyoutlines.com] Trichuriasis is diagnosed by looking under the microscope for whipworm eggs in the stool. Sometimes, the adult worms can be seen on proctoscopy or colonoscopy.[dermnetnz.org]

  • Diphyllobothrium Latum Infection

    Sometimes, the whole worm or parts of the worm may be seen in the stool What are the Signs and Symptoms of Diphyllobothriasis?[dovemed.com] This drug is used to treat different kinds of worm infections . It causes severe spasms in the worm’s muscles so the worm can be passed through the stool. Niclosamide.[healthline.com] Adult Worm: The clinical laboratory usually encounters the egg rather than the adult worm as it is the stool (feces) which is usually submitted for diagnosis.[thunderhouse4-yuri.blogspot.com]

  • Xerophthalmia

    The main outcome measures were risk factors of xerophthalmia, namely socioeconomic status and a history of repeated diarrhea, measles, passing worms in stool, and respiratory[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Laxative Abuse

    If your diary says that you are eating well, yet losing weight, then causes like worms in stool, depression, anorexia nervosa, AIDS, cancers especially colon cancers, drug[healthquestions.medhelp.org]

  • Moniliformis Moniliformis

    Fourteen days after treatment with thiabendazole, the ninth worm was expelled, and on the 15th day eggs of M. moniliformis were found in a stool specimen.[ajtmh.org] It is due to mechanical damage caused by the insertion of the armed proboscis into the lumen of the host's intestine. [5] [9] Passage of adult worms with stools.[explainmedicine.com] Repeated stool examinations revealed no helminths or helminth eggs, but Giardia lamblia was found on one occasion.[ajtmh.org]

  • Disseminated Cryptococcosis

    The child passed multiple round worms in stool and gradually, the leukocytosis and eosinophilia also settled.[indianpediatrics.net]

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