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1/6. Unilateral salpingitis due to enterobius vermicularis.

    A case of unilateral salpingitis caused by enterobius vermicularis presenting as a painful adnexal mass in a 28-year-old woman is reported.
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2/6. enterobius vermicularis salpingitis: a distant episode from precipitating appendicitis.

    Chronic pelvic inflammatory disease is a common gynecologic diagnosis in women with chronic pelvic pain. When standard antimicrobial therapy does not improve the clinical status, uncommon diagnoses such as enterobius vermicularis should be considered. In this case, E vermicularis presented as acute and chronic salpingitis in a patient who had had E vermicularis-related appendicitis 5 years earlier.
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3/6. Oxyuris granulomas of pelvic peritoneum and appendicular wall.

    Infestation with enterobius (Oxyuris) vermicularis is very common but seldom produces lesions and even more rarely causes granulomas. Two cases of oxyuris granulomas/nodules), one in the serosa of ovaries and left fallopian tube in a female of 32-years and the other in the submucosa of the appendix in a 10-year old girl are identified by the presence of true necrotizing granulomas containing the parasite. The pathogenesis and differential diagnosis of abdominal granulomas is discussed.
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4/6. Bilateral enterobius vermicularis salpingo-oophoritis.

    Inflammatory pelvic disease secondary to infection with enterobius vermicularis is rare in that pinworms are usually asymptomatic inhabitants of the terminal small bowel and cecum. When these parasites do cause symptoms, however, there is a spectrum of gastrointestinal and genitourinary complaints. A case is presented of a woman with bilateral abdominal pain that was found to be due to a combination of parasitic and bacterial (bacteroides fragilis) infection. The parasitic fallopian tube infection may have predisposed the fallopian tubes to a microbial tuboovarian abscess.
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5/6. abdominal pain due to enterobius vermicularis.

    The authors describe an unusual case of an 11-year-old girl who had right lower quadrant pain due to unilateral salpingitis, suppurative omentitis and periappendicitis. The etiologic agent was the parasite enterobius vermicularis. A review of the literature revealed that pinworm may be the cause not only of appendicitis, but of inflammatory reactions in other intra-abdominal sites and that the frequency of this occurrence is probably higher than has previously been suspected.
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6/6. Unilateral salpingitis due to enterobius vermicularis.

    A case of perforated unilateral salpingitis in which enterobius vermicularis ova were identified in the inflammatory process is reported. Arguments for considering the parasite to be of etiologic significance in the production of the pathologic changes and clinical symptoms are presented. The infrequent occurrence of symptoms associated with ectopic localization of enterobius vermicularis is emphasized by a review of the literature.
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