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Related to leishmaniasis: visceral leishmaniasis, cutaneous leishmaniasis
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For her part, Hoff hailed the success which the Health Ministry-led leishmaniasis combating program made in containing the disease.
Of these, the vast majority have been cases of cutaneous leishmaniasis, with just a handful of visceral leishmaniasis cases receiving treatment.
Cutaneous leishmaniasis is the common form of leishmaniasis, a parasitic disease transmitted by sand flies.
Chagas disease and leishmaniasis are classified as diseases requiring innovative and intensified disease management (IDM) given their difficultly to diagnose and treat compared to other NTDs.
Cutaneous leishmaniasis, the common form among soldiers, is a disease spread by the bite of the female sandfly.
This study is the first detailed research in terms of species composition and density of sand flies in an endemic focus of visceral leishmaniasis in Azarshahr county.
Cytologic examination results of the lesions in 8 patients was reported as leishmaniasis and as suggestive for leishmaniasis for another patient reported.
The event, held under the high patronage of President Zine el Abidine Ben Ali, is part of the Academy's annual meetings with its members, including six Tunisian, to discuss several current issues, particularly skin cancers and leishmaniasis, pointed out NMA life-secretary Jacques Louis Binet.
In this case, the bone marrow aspirate was diluted, and this caused us to miss the diagnosis of visceral leishmaniasis.
The ingress of leishmaniasis into America, courtesy of Desert Storm several years ago, is one example among several that have sometimes confounded healthcare specialists.
based Global Linguist Solutions, is a victim of leishmaniasis, a disease carried by sand flies that is sometimes called Baghdad Boil.
Visceral leishmaniasis (VL) or kala-azar, caused by Leishmania donovani, L.
Cases of the flesh-eating bug leishmaniasis have doubled since 1999.
At the Al-Saba'een Hospital in Sana'a, Sayf was diagnosed with leishmaniasis, a disease that is curable with treatment, but according to the World Health Organization, fatal without.