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Cutaneous larva migrans (CLM) is a common endemic disease in tropical and subtropical countries. This condition is caused by skin-penetrating larvae of nematodes, mainly of the hookworm Ancylostoma braziliense and other nematodes of the family Ancylostomidae. We report three cases of CLM acquired during vacations in different regions of Brazil.


Paulo Ricardo Criado, Walter Belda, Cidia Vasconcellos, Cristiana Silveira Silva. Cutaneous larva migrans: A bad souvenir from the vacation. Dermatology online journal. 2012;18(6):11

PMID: 22747935

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