Mucocutaneous leishmaniasis: a clinicopathologic classification.

@article{Sangueza1993MucocutaneousLA,
  title={Mucocutaneous leishmaniasis: a clinicopathologic classification.},
  author={O. Sangueza and J. Sangueza and M. Stiller and P. Sangueza},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology},
  year={1993},
  volume={28 6},
  pages={
          927-32
        }
}
BACKGROUND Leishmaniasis, a chronic parasitic disease transmitted by Phlebotomus sandflies, affects millions of patients. Mucocutaneous leishmaniasis caused by Leishmania brasiliensis is endemic in much of South America. OBJECTIVE Our purpose was to develop a system for staging mucocutaneous leishmaniasis on the basis of clinical, histopathologic, epidemiologic, and immunologic criteria. METHODS Seventy-five Bolivian patients with mucocutaneous leishmaniasis were evaluated by history and… Expand
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