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Figure 1: (a) Upper GI endoscopy showing duodenal mucosa studded with whitish pearly nodules due to parasitic infection (black arrow); (b) upper GI endoscopy showing duodenal mucosa with areas of mucosal hemorrhage (white arrow); (c) histopathology showing characteristic Strongyloides eggs and larvae within the crypts (black arrows). Also seen is an intense lymphoplasmacytic infiltrate (blue arrow) (hematoxylin and eosin ×400)

Figure 1: (a) Upper GI endoscopy showing duodenal mucosa studded with whitish pearly nodules due to parasitic infection (black arrow); (b) upper GI endoscopy showing duodenal mucosa with areas of mucosal hemorrhage (white arrow); (c) histopathology showing characteristic <i>Strongyloides</i> eggs and larvae within the crypts (black arrows). Also seen is an intense lymphoplasmacytic infiltrate (blue arrow) (hematoxylin and eosin ×400)