Anisakidae
Family of large nematode worms (superfamily Heterocheilidae) found in the stomach and intestines of fish-eating birds and marine mammals, infection being acquired from marine fish; human cases of anisakiasis have been reported from Japan. SEE ALSO: Anisakis.

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An·i·sa·ki·dae (an″ĭ-sakґĭ-de) a family of nematodes, many of which cause anisakiasis when raw fish are eaten. Genera include Anisakis and Pseudoterranova.

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