Leptospirosis: A disease with global prevalence

@article{Khan2018LeptospirosisAD,
  title={Leptospirosis: A disease with global prevalence},
  author={Sheraz Khan and Muhammad Bilal Khattak and AQ Khan},
  journal={Journal of microbiology \& experimentation},
  year={2018},
  volume={6}
}
Leptospirosis, a zoonotic condition is caused by spirochete Leptospira. The disease presentation is very wide from subclinical to highly mortal multi-organ dysfunction. The recent estimated worldwide incidence of leptospirosis is approximately 1.03 million cases with 58900 associated deaths.1 However, this highly endemic global problem has not been identified with facts and reported quite less than its actual prevalence. Several factors are responsible and contributing including subclinical… Expand
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