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Imagine waking up with a lump on your face. Now imagine that the lump starts moving to another part of your face and you go to the doctor and find out that it's actually a live worm with absolutely zero chill, crawling around under your skin. Sounds like a complete nightmare, right? At first, the lump appeared below her left eye. After five days, the lump moved to the eyelid; ten days after that, it moved to her upper lip and caused visible swelling. She captured the migrating face lump in a series of horrific selfies.
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Moving lump in woman's face was a worm, doctors say

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Moving lump in woman's face was a worm, doctors say

We thought finding a spider in your ear was bad. It sounds like a horror story, but this very real case of the heebie-jeebies appeared in the New England Journal of Medicine this week. The patient documented the moving creepy-crawly in a series of selfies naturally seen below. She first noticed a lump below her left eye, which moved above her eye a few days later. Ten days after that, the lump settled into her upper lip. Other than having a bump moving around her face, she experienced only occasional bouts of an itching and burning sensation. After two weeks of these symptoms, the woman brought herself to a doctor, where a living parasite was removed surgically and identified as Dirofilaria repens , a long, thin white worm shown in image D above.
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A Moving Bump on This Woman's Face Turned Out to Be a Live Worm

Tinea infections are commonly called ringworm because some infections form a ring-like pattern on affected areas of the body. Facial ringworm tinea faciei , also known as tinea faciale or ringworm of the face, is a common, non-cancerous benign fungal infection of the surface superficial skin of the face. Facial ringworm may be passed to humans by direct contact with infected people, infected animals, contaminated objects such as towels or the soil. In children and most women, facial ringworm can appear on any part of the face.
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CNN In selfies, a woman documented a lump under her skin for weeks before doctors were able to remove it -- and it didn't stay in one place, according to a case report in the New England Journal of Medicine. Fascinating, mysterious, and medically amazing case files. This series is the most interesting education into the world of medicine and disease and the human body. A year-old patient took selfies of a lump that shifted around her face. Story highlights In selfies, a woman documented a migrating lump on her face that turned out to be a parasitic worm Humans are "accidental hosts" of the worm, which is often cured by surgical removal.
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