Clin Case Rep Int | Volume 5, Issue 1 | Case Report | Open Access

A Detected Case of Echinococcus in the Lumbar Region

Topcu Ismail C1, Uras Hatice B2*, and Yanık Keramettin3

1Department of General Surgery, Erdem Hospital, Turkey
2Department of Neuroscience, Texas Christian University, USA
3Microbiology and Biochemistry Laboratories, Erdem Hospital, Turkey

*Correspondance to: Hatice Buse Uras 

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Echinococcosis is considered to be a potentially lethal zoonotic disease that causes serious damage to hosts. In our case, we examined a rare case of echinococcosis localized in the gluteal region in a 36-year-old Turkish male and its treatment process. The patient without a chronic disease was admitted to our clinic with right lower quadrant abdominal pain, indigestion, and rapid weight loss complaints. According to the results of hydatid cyst hemagglutination, the patient was diagnosed with Echinococcus. After the surgery and the treatment with omnipaque, the patient’s complaints disappeared.


Echinococcus; Parasites; Surgery; Medication; Abdominal pain


Topcu Ismail C, Uras Hatice B, and Yanık Keramettin. A Detected Case of Echinococcus in the Lumbar Region. Clin Case Rep Int. 2021; 5: 1248.

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