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“…as causative agents for human cutaneous (CL) and mucocutaneous leishmaniases (MCL) (Calvopiña et al, 2004 (Calvopiña et al, 2001(Calvopiña et al, , 2004Kato et al, 2008). Although infection with L. (V.) naiffi was detected in Lu.…”
Section: Leishmania (Leishmania) Major-like L (L) Mexicana L (Lmentioning
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“…as causative agents for human cutaneous (CL) and mucocutaneous leishmaniases (MCL) (Calvopiña et al, 2004 (Calvopiña et al, 2001(Calvopiña et al, , 2004Kato et al, 2008). Although infection with L. (V.) naiffi was detected in Lu.…”
Section: Leishmania (Leishmania) Major-like L (L) Mexicana L (Lmentioning
“…According to the information reviewed, Le. (V.) panamensis is the only parasite species found in the Northern part of Bolívar province [7]. More studies are needed to further identify the parasite species circulating in Echeandía and to further evaluate the PCR assays used in this study.…”
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“…Various other studies were published in local medical journals in the 1950's [3,4] and the first and only unconfirmed report of VL was reported in 1949 [5]. This information has been listed chronologically in other publications [6] and has been reviewed elsewhere [7]. More recently, since the 1990s, several scientist have contributed to the knowledge of the parasites [8][9][10][11], the vectors [12][13][14][15][16], the clinical forms [17][18][19][20], prevention and treatment strategies [21][22][23] and other aspects of the disease in Ecuador, many studies compiled in a series of book publications [24][25][26][27][28][29][30][31].…”
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“…2 In Ecuador, ATL is endemic in 21 of the 24 provinces; CL is a public health problem because of its wide distribution, mainly in rural subtropical and tropical areas of the Pacific and Amazon regions, as well as in some inter-Andean valleys. 6,7 Ecuador has one of the highest incidences of ATL in the Americas, with 11,983 cases documented from the years 2004-2010. The disease occurs in all of the recognized ATL forms: CL, MCL, and DCL, with CL the most widely distributed form in the country.…”
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