Apparent Triclabendazole-Resistant Human Fasciola hepatica Infection, the Netherlands
Annemarie J.S. Winkelhagen , Theo Mank, Peter J. de Vries, and Robin Soetekouw
Author affiliations: Kennemer Gasthuis, Haarlem, the Netherlands (A.J.S. Winkelhagen, R. Soetekouw); Streeklaboratorium voor de Volksgezondheid, Haarlem (T. Mank); Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam, the Netherlands (P.J. de Vries)
Figure. . . A) Ultrasound of the liver of a patient with Fasciola hepatica infection, the Netherlands. B) Drawing of A; depicted are the liver (white), the common bile duct (gray), and the portal vein (black). A fluke (white), measuring 2.5–3 cm long, is identified in the common bile duct.
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