A Review on Biology, Epidemiology and Public Health Significance of

@inproceedings{Girma2013ARO,
  title={A Review on Biology, Epidemiology and Public Health Significance of},
  author={Z. Girma and K. Simenew},
  year={2013}
}
Leishmaniasis is a major vector-borne disease caused by obligate intramacrophage protozoa of the genus Leishmania, and transmitted by the bite of phlebotomine female sand flies of the genera Phlebotomus and Lutzomyia, in the old and new worlds, respectively. Among 20 well-recognized Leishmania species known to infect humans, 18 have zoonotic nature, which include agents of visceral, cutaneous, and mucocutaneous forms of the disease, in both the old and new worlds. Currently, leishmaniasis show… Expand

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