Cutaneous Leishmaniasis, Sri Lanka

@inproceedings{Nawaratna2007CutaneousLS,
  title={Cutaneous Leishmaniasis, Sri Lanka},
  author={Sujeevi S.K. Nawaratna and Danister Jayampathy Weilgama and Chandana J. Wijekoon and Manel Dissanayake and Kosala Rajapaksha},
  year={2007}
}
Cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL) is an emerging disease in Sri Lanka. Of 116 patients with clinical symptoms suggestive of CL, 86 were confirmed positive for Leishmania donovani. Most patients had single dry lesions, usually on the face. Patients were from 5 of the 7 agroclimatic zones in Sri Lanka. 

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