Recent Examples of leishmaniasis from the Web
Meanwhile, the sandflies that host parasites that cause leishmaniasis, some varieties of which cause skin lesions or spleen and liver damage, are showing up in north Texas.
Sand flies, which transmit the parasite that causes leishmaniasis, a skin disease, are also more active and take more blood meals in warmer temperatures.
Someone else reports having seen an open leishmaniasis sore on one of the boatmen.
Leishmaniasis, a sometimes-fatal, once primarily tropical affliction, has moved into northern Texas as the sandflies that host the disease-causing parasite head north.
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Origin and Etymology of leishmaniasis
First Known Use: 1912See Words from the same year
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