CUTANEOUS LARVA MIGRANS IN A GARDENER
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Cutaneous larva migrans is parasitic infestation caused by animal hookworm larva which attacks the epidermis. Contact with soil which contaminated larva of hookworm. Cat and dog are the most popular as a host which exceed the egg of hookworm. Ancylostoma caninum and braziliensi are the most common. Diagnosis of CLM is the . feature of serpiginous eruption, lesion erythematous in and itching approximately a weeks after contact with contaminated soil. In this case report, we describe a case ofCLM in a gardener.