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Studies on cutaneous leishmaniasis in India. III. Detection of a zoonotic focus of cutaneous leishmaniasis in Rajasthan



Studies on cutaneous leishmaniasis in India. III. Detection of a zoonotic focus of cutaneous leishmaniasis in Rajasthan



Journal of Communicable Diseases 5(3): 149-153



Two types of cutaneous leishmaniasis (a rural zoonotic form chiefly found in rodents and an urban anthroponotic form associated with man and dogs, giving rise, respectively, to 'wet' and 'dry' clinical manifestations in man) are recognised in the Soviet Union. The former is caused by Leishmania tropica major and the latter by L. t. tropica.

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