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What is Anisakidosis?

Description of the disease

Anisakidosis is a disease caused by parasitic worms Anisakis, which can be found in fish and seafood. The presence of parasites in the human body can cause serious health problems.


  • Active anisakidosis
  • Passive anisakidosis


Symptoms of anisakidosis may include abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, gastrointestinal disorders, and allergic reactions.


The Anisakis parasites enter the body through the consumption of raw or undercooked fish and seafood.


The diagnosis of anisakidosis is usually based on the examination of symptoms and the patient's history, as well as on laboratory tests.


Treatment of anisakidosis involves taking antiparasitic drugs and symptomatic therapy.


To prevent anisakidosis, it is recommended to avoid consuming raw fish and seafood, as well as to properly process fish before cooking.


Anisakidosis is treated by a parasitologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.