Intestinal forms of helminthiasis and skin syndrome Larva Migrans (short-term treatment with small doses): enterobiosis, ankylostomosis and necatrosis, hymenolepidosis, teniosis, strongyloidosis, ascariasis, trichocephalosis, clonhorchosis, opisthorinosis, migliasis.
Systemic helminth infections (long-term treatment with high doses):
cystic echinococcosis (caused by Echinococcus granulosus):
if surgery is not possible;
after surgery, if the preoperative treatment was short, if the prevalence of helminths was observed or if live forms were found during surgery;
after percutaneous drainage of cysts for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes;
alveolar echinococcosis (caused by Echinococcus multiocularis):
for inoperable disease, in particular in cases of local or distant metastases;
after palliative surgery;
after radical surgery or liver transplantation;
neurocysticercosis (caused by Taenia solium larvae):
in the presence of single or multiple cysts or granulomatous brain lesions;
with arachnoid or intraventricular cysts;
in racemic cysts;
capillarose (caused by Capillaria philippinensis), gnathostomosis (caused by Gnathostoma spinigerum and related species), trichinosis (caused by Trichinella spiralis and T.pseudospiralis), toxocariasis (caused by Toxocara canis and related species).