Information about Rat Lungworm. Full description coming soon.
Angiostrongyliasis, also known as rat lungworm, is a disease that affects the brain and spinal cord. It is caused by a parasitic nematode (roundworm ...\r\nHuman case of rat lungworm infection detected in Tennessee The infection, associated with central nervous system disease, resides in the lungs of wild ...\r\nWhether state officials have downplayed the danger of rat lungworm parasites, the fact remains that Hawaii is in the midst of an outbreak that has given at\r\nIn 2010, a 19-year-old rugby player in Australia swallowed a garden slug during a drunken dare. The slug was infected with the rat lungworm parasite ...\r\nA trip to Fiji landed me with eosinophilic meningitis. I nearly died. This is the story of my fight against rat lungworm disease.\r\nDog owners all over the UK should be aware of lungworm, a potentially fatal condition. Dogs get lungworm by eating larvae found in infected snails, slugs or frogs.\r\nAngiostrongylus cantonensis, or rat lungworm, is prevalent in Southeast Asia and tropical Pacific islands. The parasite has just been found in temperate ...\r\nMy neurologist's "safe" plan for weaning from Gabapentin. I was on 2700 mg for 8 months while recovering from rat lungworm disease. I ate a slug. oops.\r\nDoctors believe that the 21-year-old, who has not been named, contracted the rare rat lungworm parasite from the slugs. The disease, which is a type of ...\r\nThe slug Sam Ballard swallowed on a dare carried a parasite called rat lungworm, which can enter humans through consumption of raw slugs or snails\r\n