|Description||Illness from eating meat that is infected with the worm|
|Cause||Trichinella worm in raw or undercooked meat|
|Symptoms||Diarrhea, sudden edema of the upper eyelids, photophobia, muscle soreness and pain, skin lesions, thirst, sweating chills, weakness|
|Treatment||Seek medical attention from a physician|
|Prevention||Avoid eating raw and poorly cooked meat
Burry dead carcasses
Keep animals from eating carcasses that could be contaminated
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