Leishmaniasis in HIV-infected persons: a review.

Abstract

Leishmaniasis, a group of syndromes caused by a number of species of the dimorphic protozoa Leishmania, is discussed in terms of its pathogenesis, natural history, and clinical presentation as influenced by AIDS. The various types of leishmaniasis can affect many areas of the body and have numerous different clinical manifestations, but primarily appear as… (More)

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