1957 年 4 巻 1 号 p. 61-64
This case is one of a skin disease in which phyma moved all over the skin of the whole body, which was infected by the patient's eating raw ophicephalus argus which had the parasite gnathostomiasis; the parasite drilled through the esophagus gastro-enteropathy, and the disease moved to the larynx causing a serious condition.
The thirty-eight-year-old patient had an oedema swelling from his lower jaw through the cheek down to the larynx a month after eating raw ophicephalus argus, and paralysis of the vocal cords, hoarseness, and shortness of breath followed. This serious condition was relieved the Neo-minophagen C intravenous injection and Tab. supatonin. But the same disease has occurred twice since then.