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Synonyms for kala-azar

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Last week, 300 people affected by kala-azar were reportedly admitted in its clinic in Lankien while 800 others receive treatment daily.
In 2008, after test results for kala-azar were positive, she received 30 SSG injections and clinically recovered.
The conclusion attained by these findings on distribution of VL in the Fars province is that it is influenced by a combination of environmental and nomadic demographical variables, although close proximity to NTRs and the role of nomads in the distribution and continuance of kala-azar are the most important factors.
10) We could not find any published literature regarding kala-azar as an opportunistic infection exclusively in children with HIV infection.
A preliminary report on the study of Kala-azar in Baltistan (West Pakistan).
Case reports of nine suspected kala-azar cases were brought to the notice of the investigating team and the details of six cases are shown in the Table.
Kala-azar, sitma, bruselloz, tuberkuloz, tifo, paratifo, sepsis, histoplazmozis, enfeksiyoz mononukleozis ile ayirici tani yapilmalidir.
In Sudan, I had some patients come in with both kala-azar and TB, with maybe schistosomiasis and malaria thrown in.
In the classic kala-azar syndrome of VL, patients have potentially life-threatening disease, typically after an incubation period of weeks to months, with fever, marked cachexia, hepatosplenomegaly, pancytopenia, and hypergammaglobulinemia with hypoalbuminemia (1).
Concomitant kala-azar, malaria and progressive unstable indeterminate leprosy in an 8-year-old-child.
Duar has grown lately because of the kala-azar sickness.
This causes a potentially fatal, wasting disease named kala-azar - Hindi for "black sickness," so called because of the victims' darkening skin.
Treatment with single day single dose Ambisome Injection to Kala-azar patient since 2015 which has improved treatment compliance with loss of wages incentives.