Recurrent Swelling and Microfilaremia Caused by Dirofilaria repens Infection after Travel to India
, Dennis Tappe, Manfred Giese, Sandra Mempel, Egbert Tannich, Benno Kreuels, Michael Ramharter, Luzia Veletzky1
, and Johannes Jochum1
Author affiliations: University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Hamburg, Germany (L. Huebl, B. Kreuels, M. Ramharter, L. Veletzky, J. Jochum); Bernhard Nocht Institute for Tropical Medicine, Hamburg (L. Huebl, D. Tappe, E. Tannich, B. Kreuels, M. Ramharter, L. Veletzky, J. Jochum); German Armed Forces Hospital, Hamburg (M. Giese); Radiologische Allianz, Hamburg (S. Mempel); German Center for Infection Research, Partner Site Hamburg-Lübeck-Borstel-Riems, Hamburg (L. Veletzky)
Video 2. Microscopy of vivid Dirofilaria repens microfilariae in man in Germany after travel to India.
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