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Present Situation and Problems of Cysticercosis in Animal in Bali and Papua Dharmawan, Nyoman Sadra; Swastika, Kadek; Putra, I Made; Wandra, Toni; Sutisna, Putu; Okamoto, Munehiro; Ito, Akira
Jurnal Veteriner Vol 13, No 2 (2012)
Publisher : Jurnal Veteriner

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Cysticercosis zoonotic parasitic disesase caused by Taenia solium larva, is a major public healthproblem. Cysticercosis results from the development of larval tapeworms in humans harboring adult T.solium or from ingesting soil containing eggs shed in the feces of humans, in areas where there are nolatrines. Humans are accidental intermediate hosts and pigs are the normal intermediate hosts. Clinicallythey are most serious when located in the central nervous system or in the eye where they persist formonths to years. Cysticercosis occurs worldwide primarily in developing country where pigs are raised,pork consumed and poor sanitation allows pigs’ access to human faeces. The occurance of the diseases isexpected to increase in relation to the growing demand for pork in those countries. In Indonesia cyticercosisis still a very important health problem, especially in Bali and Papua. The majority of the populations inBali and Papua are Hindus and Protestants/Catholics, respectively, so pork widely consumed in thoseislands. This brief review summarizes the present situation and problems of cysticercosis in animal inBali and Papua. Epidemiological data of the diseases were obtained from several sources.
Treatment of taeniasis and cysticercosis with praziquantel and albendazole Hamid, Abdulbar; Margono, Sri S.; Wandra, Toni; Ito, Akira
Medical Journal of Indonesia Vol 14, No 4 (2005): October-December
Publisher : Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia

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Recent methods, doses and results of medical treatment on taeniasis/cysticercosis, a zoo-notic parasitic disease caused by Taenia solium and Taenia saginata are discussed. In cases of cysticercosis T. solium, especially neurocysticercosis the optimal length and dose of albendazole is a course of 8 days with doses of 15 mg/kg/day divided in two times added by 50 mg/day of prednisone in the morning. The drug is effective in almost any location of the parasites for 80-90% of macroscopic cysts seen by imaging studies. For taeniasis a single dose of praziquantel, 10-15 mg/kg achieves cure rates of more than 90%. Side effects such as nausea, headache and abdominal pain are mild.  Evaluation of drug treatment is done by clinical, radiological and serological evaluation. In Papua (=Irian Jaya) nine cases with suspected neurocysticercosis, serologically positive, were treated with 1200 mg single dose albendazole for 15 days. Prednisonetablets, three times daily one tablet, 5 mg during 7 days were added. After one year 6 cases were still serologic positive. At the same time praziquantel, 1200 mg, single dose was given to ten cases during 15 days and prednisone tablets, 3 times daily one tablet, 5 mg during 7 days. After one year 5 sero-positive cases were still found. Albendazole and praziquantel are both effective drugs for taeniasis and cysticercosis, with minor side effects. In addition symptomatic treatment should be given if necessary. (Med J Indones 2005; 14:253-7)Keywords: albendazol, praziquantel, cysticercosis, taeniasis
A case report of disseminated cysticercosis in Bali, Indonesia Raka Sudewi, A.A; Wandra, Toni; Adnyana, Oka; Moestikaningsih, NFN; A.B.N. Nuartha, A; Sako, Yasuhito; Nakaya, Kazuhiro; Ito, Akira
The Indonesian Journal of Infectious Diseases Vol 1, No 2 (2013): The Indonesian Journal of Infectious Diseases
Publisher : The Indonesian Journal of Infectious Diseases

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Abstract. We reported the case of a 36-year-old Balinese man who disseminated cysticercosis, presented neuro-, subcutaneous- and oral-cysticercosis. Diagnosis of it was based on anamnesis, clinical examination including CT Scan, histopathological and serological examinations. The patient visited outpatient clinic of Sanglah Denpasar Hospital in Bali, in June 2003 with two subcutaneous nodules in the body. Serological examinations (ELISA and immnunoblot) used both purified glycoproteins and chimeric recombinant antigen were positive. The two subcutaneous nodules disappeared after treatment with albendazole. In January 2004, the patient presented neuro-, and oral-cysticercosis. CT Scan showed multiple active lesions in the brain. During the treatment with 800 mg albendazole daily during for one month. The side effects of it such as nausea and vomit were found in that patient. Antibody responses in ELISA and immnunoblot were still positive and follow up CT scan in May 2004, it showed that very similar figures as previously. Repeated treatment with 400mg albendazole daily for one and half month was applied. Antibody responses became low, and CT scan in March 2006 did not show any active cysts but only calcified lesions.
A Case Report of Neurocysticercosis at Sanglah Hospital, Denpasar, Bali Raka Sudewi, A.A; Aris Geson, Ge; Elisabeth Purba, Ivan; Wandra, Toni
The Indonesian Journal of Infectious Diseases Vol 1, No 3 (2013): The Indonesian Journal of Infectious Diseases
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We reported one neurocysticercosis (NCC) case who visited neurological outpatient clinic of Sanglah hospital, Denpasar, Bali. The patient is a 46-year-old man from Sumba, East Nusa Tenggara Province, and eastern part of Indonesia. The main symptoms of patient was headache and history of epileptic seizures, and spastic monoparesis on left lower limb. Diagnosis and follow up patient was performed clinically including CT scan and serologically. Detection of specific antibodies to Taenia solium in serum was performed by ELISA and immunoblot using native and recombinant antigens.