Schistosomiasis

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Schistosomiasis 
Subtypes
Early schistosomiasis
Schistosomiasis haematobium
May Cause
Abdominal abscess
Anterior indentation on rectosigmoid junction
Appendiceal mass
Ascites
Ascites in an infant or child
Bile duct narrowing or obstruction
Bladder fistula
Bladder wall calcification
Budd-Chiari syndrome
Calcification in gallbladder or common bile duct
Cecal lesion
Colon wall thickening
Combined gastric antral and duodenal disease
Deformity of gastric antrum
Diffuse gallbladder wall thickening
Diffuse hepatic calcifications
Dilatation of ureter
Extradural lesion with normal adjacent bone
Extradural spinal lesion
Fibrosis of liver parenchyma
Focal hypodense liver lesion
Gastric fold thickening
Gastric varices
Gastrointestinal tract fistula
Generalized irregular small bowel folds
Hepatomegaly
Hypoenhancing liver lesion
Increased presacral space
Infectious enterocolitis
Interstitial lung fibrosis
Intestinal obstruction in an adult
Intramedullary spinal lesion
Linitis plastica pattern of stomach
Liver lesion with calcification
Lower abdominal calcification
Lung disease with eosinophilia
Marked bowel wall thickening
Miliary lung opacities
Mucosal destruction of small bowel
Multiple filling defects in colon
Obstruction of ureter
Patchy liver
Pericolic abscess
Periportal fibrosis
Portal hypertension
Portal vein obstruction
Portal vein thrombosis
Presacral sinus tract
Pulmonary arterial hypertension
Rectal disease
Rectovaginal fistula
Recurrent pneumonia
Segmental bowel wall thickening
Segmental narrowing of colon
Small bowel wall thickening
Smooth colon
Spinal block
Splenic vein obstruction
Splenomegaly
Splenomegaly with diffuse hyperechoic pattern
Splenomegaly with normal echogenicity
Symmetric bowel wall thickening
T2-hyperintense periportal tissue
Widespread small irregular lung opacities
May Be Caused by
Schistosoma japonica

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