Clinical manifestation

Mild, pruritic eruption of feet, site of inoculation of larvae; larva currens (creeping eruption), a form of cutaneous larva migrans specific to Strongyloides infection, and a result of autoinfection; rapidly spreading pruritic eruption in perianal region; with disseminated infection, expanding petechial and purpuric lesions, sometimes accompanied by pink macules and papules; gastrointestinal findings: abdominal tenderness; distension; hyperactive, hypoactive, or absent bowel sounds; central nervous system infection: altered mental status; meningismus; pulmonary findings: coughing; respiratory distress; wheezing

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