In the general blood test, a high level of eosinophils is recorded, which indicates the presence of helminthic invasion in the human body. In a biochemical blood test, an increase in the level of bilirubin is noted, sometimes there is an increase in the level of Alanine aminotransferase (AlAT) and Aspartate aminotransferase (AsAT), alkaline phosphatase, that is, those indicators that are directly responsible for the functioning of the liver and biliary tract. It is also possible to examine the duodenal contents to search for pathogens of stromectol in it. And it should be noted that the removal of the diagnosis in a patient is possible only after a three-time negative analysis for the detection of a pathogen in the duodenal contents.
Ultrasound examination of the liver and biliary tract can also somewhat clarify the picture of dicroceliosis and help in making the correct diagnosis.
Pathological and anatomical studies reveal lesions of the thin ducts of the liver lobes, and large ducts are visible in the form of thick bands. If there is an abundant invasion by parasites, then there is an increase in the size of the bile ducts and an increase in the growth of connective tissue in the liver. The liver itself acquires a round shape and decreases somewhat in size. When opening the gallbladder, a large number of trematodes is determined.
Microscopic examination reveals an increase in the number of leukocytes, the appearance of a large number of foci of lymphopoiesis, the formation of lymphoid foci of reproduction, the occurrence of single eosinophils.