国立感染症研究所

Infectious Agents

Surveillance Report

IASR Vol.38, No.4 (No.446), April 2017

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IASR Vol. 38,
No. 4 (No. 446) April 2017


 topicFoodborne helminthiases in Japan

  • Reports of anisakiasis in Tokyo Prefecture and measures taken, 2011-2015
  • Survey of Anisakis in pickled mackerel (shime-saba) sold at sushi restaurants
  • Urticaria/anaphylaxis occurring as an allergic reaction to Anisakis
  • Occurrence of cestode infections in Japan
  • Review of paragonimiasis occurrence in Japan
  • Trichinellosis in Japan
  • Detecting helminth species at slaughterhouse inspections
  • Foodborne helminth infection as an imported infectious disease
  • Horizontal transmission from father to child of HBV (genotype D)
  • First report in Japan of fluoroquinolone-resistant Neisseria meningitidis, serogroup C, genotype ST-4821, isolated from an invasive infection case, February 2017
  • Salmonella Typhi isolated from the mammary abscess of a patient with clinical typhoid
  • Food poisoning due to Salmonella Goldcoast associated with a food stand, July 2016-Nagano Prefecture



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