” once consumed, they can move throughout your body – your eyes, your tissues and most commonly the brain Salen doctors baffled in their path as they migrate and settle to feed the body that are invading; a parasite. classic, but it can get into your head. “- CNN
A British kept a headache after headache, and doctors could not understand what was wrong.
When they finally performed an MRI, doctors discovered something frightening: he is buried in his brain tissue was lonely, and who may have been living there for four years
the diagnosed with sparganosis, which is a parasitic infection caused by the erinaceieuropaei had Spirometra.
“He had moved from one side of the brain to the other … very few things move in the brain,” Dr. Effrossyni Gkrania-Klotsas CNN.
no drug known to effectively treat the infection which means that physicians diagnosis had to be quick to surgically remove the worm.
The infection caused by Erinaceieuropaei Spirometra often originates in cats and dogs, where the worm can grow to a length of 1.5 meters frightening.
eat this common food can give WORMS brain
There are numerous ways to get the worms that invade your brain, including eating pork. The species of pig, known as pork tapeworm can infect humans in two ways:
The consumption of pork cooked, coming from infected pigs, such as taeniasis result, which is a worm adult who resides in the intestines of pigs and can affect the brain in humans.
The second, in the form of larvae, through contact with the feces of infected human or a pig, which can go on to infect many tissues in the human body.
This type of infection can result in neurocysticercosis if the larvae enter the nervous system. This infection can cause epilepsy if it enters the brain.
If the larval worm enters the nervous system, including the brain, which can result in a condition known as neurocysticercosis.
The infection of this type can often cause epilepsy once inside the brain. Almost a third of epilepsy cases in countries where the disease is native are the people who have previously had neurocysticercosis, according to the World Health Organization.