Leishmaniasis

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Patient with cutaneous leishmaniasis being treated in Dar Al Aman, Kabul, Afghanistan.
WHO/C. Black

Patient with cutaneous leishmaniasis being treated in Dar Al Aman, Kabul, Afghanistan. Kabul harbours the largest number of cutaneous leishmaniasis patients in the world.


Patient receiving intralesional injection for the treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis.
WHO/C.Black

Patient receiving intralesional injection for the treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis, Afghanistan.


Child with cutaneous leishmaniasis awaiting treatment in Kabul, Afghanistan.
WHO/C.Black

Child with cutaneous leishmaniasis awaiting treatment in Kabul, Afghanistan.


A sandfly vector of Leishmania parasites taking a blood meal through human skin.
WHO/S. Stammers

A sandfly vector of Leishmania parasites taking a blood meal through human skin.


Patient with post-kala-azar-dermal leishmaniasis, Ethiopia
WHO

Patient with post-kala-azar-dermal leishmaniasis. Was earlier treated and cured for visceral leishmaniasis. Libo Kemkem district, Ethiopia.


Child with post-kala-azar-dermal leishmaniasis in old Fangak County, South Sudan
WHO

Child with post-kala-azar-dermal leishmaniasis in old Fangak County, South Sudan. The area suffered severe visceral leishmaniasis outbreaks from 2009 to 2012.


Girl suffering from visceral leishmaniasis, Ethiopia
WHO

Girl suffering from visceral leishmaniasis – a potentially fatal condition, if untreated - with markers showing signs of liver and spleen enlargement. Libo Kemkem district, Ethiopia.

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27 June 2014 13:11 CEST

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