Parasitic worm in Sushi After watching this video, it doesn't necessarily mean you don't have to eat sushi ever again if you enjoy it, just be aware and be informed that it can and does happen. Although sushi and sashimi can be associated with parasitic infections they are rare. Patients who eat uncooked fish are at risk for ingesting the parasitic worm Anisakis. While the worm cannot survive in humans, its larva can. This parasite can cause diarrhea, vomiting and small bowel obstruction. Thank you JenyaKenya for this video and informing others.
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