A case of migration of a gravid female roundworm into the peritoneal cavity is reported. The presenting feature, a lump in the anterior abdominal wall, has not previously been documented. Fertilized ova of the worm were found in miliary peritoneal granulomata, and showed development up to the eight-cell stage.
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