Cutaneous larva migrans--a case report

Padmavathy, L.; Rao, L. L.
April 2005
Indian Journal of Medical Microbiology;Apr2005, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p135
Academic Journal
journal article
Cutaneous larva migrans or creeping eruption is an uncommon parasitic skin infection caused by the filariform larvae of dog or cat hook worms. We report a case of larva migrans on the anterior abdominal wall, in a 52 year old lady, who did gardening as a hobby.


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