Pronunciation: lar′vă kŭr′enz
Definition: Cutaneous larva migrans caused by rapidly moving larvae of Strongyloides stercoralis (up to 10 cm per hour), typically extending from the anal area down the upper thighs and observed as a rapidly progressing linear urticarial trail; may also be caused by zoonotic species of Strongyloides.
[L. larva, mask + currens, racing]
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