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Visceral leishmaniasis: atypical clinical presentation


, : Visceral leishmaniasis: atypical clinical presentation. Journal of Association of Physicians of India 33(2): 176-177

A case of visceral leishmaniasis is reported in an Indian man who had no fever or hepatomegaly.

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