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Leishmaniasis, CutaneousConcept Why?
Franco-Paredes, CarlosPerson Why?
Henao Martinez, AndresPerson Why?
American cutaneous leishmaniasis in children and adolescents from Northcentral Venezuela.Academic Article Why?
Case Report: Cutaneous Leishmaniasis due to Leishmania (Viannia) panamensis in Two Travelers Successfully Treated with Miltefosine.Academic Article Why?
Cutaneous leishmaniasis imported from Colombia to Northcentral Venezuela: implications for travel advice.Academic Article Why?
Global burden of cutaneous leishmaniasis.Academic Article Why?
Global burden of cutaneous leishmaniasis: a cross-sectional analysis from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013.Academic Article Why?
Impact of climate variability in the occurrence of leishmaniasis in northeastern Colombia.Academic Article Why?
Davenport, BennettPerson Why?
Morrison, ThomasPerson Why?
Coinfection with Leishmania major and Staphylococcus aureus enhances the pathologic responses to both microbes through a pathway involving IL-17A.Academic Article Why?
IL-32? promotes the healing of murine cutaneous lesions caused by Leishmania braziliensis infection in contrast to Leishmania amazonensis.Academic Article Why?
Leishmania tropica-induced cutaneous and presumptive concomitant viscerotropic leishmaniasis with prolonged incubation.Academic Article Why?
SODB1 is essential for Leishmania major infection of macrophages and pathogenesis in mice.Academic Article Why?
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