Leishmaniasis

Leishmaniasis Frequently Asked Questions

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CFSPH Technical Disease Fact Sheets

LESH_H 200 9 © 2009 CFSPH page 1 of 11 Leishmaniasis (cutaneous and visceral) Kala-azar, Black Fever, Dumdum Fever, Oriental Sore, Tropical Sore, Uta, Chiclero ulcer, Aleppo boi, Pian bois; Espundia Last Updated: October 2009 Importance Leishmaniasis is one of the most important vector-borne ...

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What is leishmaniasis and what causes it?

Last Updated: January 2006 © 2006 LEIS_F0106 Leishmaniasis What is leishmaniasis and what causes it? Leishmaniasis (LESH-ma-NIGH-ah-sis) is a disease caused by a protoz oan parasite called Leishmania.

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Summaries of Presentations during the Leishmaniasis Seminar

1 Autochthonous canine leishmaniosis in the united kingdom Trees, A.J. 1 *, Howman, P.J. 2, Bates, P. 1, Noyes, H.A. 1, Pratlong, F. 3, Blakely J. 1, Niles, J 1, and Guy, M.W. 1 1 Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Liverpool; 2 Redside Vets ...

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The World Can’t Wait: Leishmaniasis R

The World Can't Wait: Leishmaniasis R&D Classification 1. Basic Research This involves early stage investigation designed to expand the general knowledge base regarding the sandfly, Leishmania infections, and progression of leishmaniasis.

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Leishmaniasis in Costa Rica- A Pilot Study

Leishmaniasis in Costa Rica- A Pilot Study Jean Lee, Harvard Medical School Dra. Marta Garcia Palomo, Department of Dermatology, San Carlos Hospital Dr. Mario Tristán, Director, IHCAI Foundation Abstract Objective: This project was undertaken to estimate the prevalence of leishmaniasis in the ...

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CUTANEOUS LEISHMANIASIS

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Leishmaniasis

Leishmaniasis A disease caused by protozoan parasites of the genus Leishmania which is found in localized areas throughout tropical and subtropical regions.

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Leishmania/HIV co-infections: epidemiology in Europe

Results from the main tests used for the serological diagnosis of leishmaniasis in co-infected patients from south-western Europe No. and (%) of cases: ...

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Control of leishmaniasis Report by the Secretariat

EXECUTIVE BOARD EB118/4 118th Session 11 May 2006 Provisional agenda item 5.1 Control of leishmaniasis Report by the Secretariat BACKGROUND 1. Leishmaniasis is endemic in 88 countries in the world and 350 million people are considered at risk.

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