Posts Tagged ‘strongyloides’

June 21, 2013

Transmission of Strongyloides stercoralis Through Transplantation of Solid Organs – Pennsylvania, 2012.


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Strongyloides is an intestinal nematode that is endemic in tropical areas. Most infected persons are asymptomatic. However, in immunocompromised, the infection can become disseminated and fatal. Infected organ donors can transmit Strongyloides to recipients and this has been described in the past. This report describes three organ recipients who were diagnosed with Strongyloides. Serum from […]

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