Ascaris lumbricoides IgG

41161-1D

Ascaris lumbricoides is a parasite that causes disease when a person ingests food contaminated with fecal matter containing its eggs. Infections are usually asymptomatic if the number of worms is small, but can result in inflammation, fever, and diarrhea. Serious problems may develop if the worms migrate to other body parts. Detection of specific IgM antibodies is evidence of a current or recent infection. A demonstration of specific IgG to the bacteria is evidence of past infection.

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Overview:

Ascaris lumbricoides is a parasite that causes disease when a person ingests food contaminated with fecal matter containing its eggs. Infections are usually asymptomatic if the number of worms is small, but can result in inflammation, fever, and diarrhea. Serious problems may develop if the worms migrate to other body parts. Detection of specific IgM antibodies is evidence of a current or recent infection. A demonstration of specific IgG to the bacteria is evidence of past infection.

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Parasites

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