2003
DOI: 10.1590/s0037-86822003000400011
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Levantamento de leishmaniose visceral em cães de Santa Maria e municípios próximos, Estado do Rio Grande do Sul

Abstract: A partir de relato de diagnóstico de leishmaniose visceral em cinco cães dos municípios de Santa Maria, Itaara e Júlio de Castilhos, no centro do Estado do Rio Grande do Sul, foi realizado levantamento sorológico através de teste de imunofluorescência indireta em sangue obtido em papel de filtro de 40 cães de Santa Maria, 20 de Itaara e 11 de Júlio de Castilhos, em geral relacionados aos cinco cães considerados como positivos. Além destes, foi também examinado o sangue de 44 cães vadios de Júlio de Castilhos, … Show more

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“…For instance, L. infantum is widespread in all Brazilian regions [81,113,149,150], but less frequent in southern parts of the country [151,152]. However, L. longipalpis , the principal vector for L. infantum , is present in northern Argentina [153], Paraguay [154], and has recently been detected in Uruguay [155].…”
Section: Reviewmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For instance, L. infantum is widespread in all Brazilian regions [81,113,149,150], but less frequent in southern parts of the country [151,152]. However, L. longipalpis , the principal vector for L. infantum , is present in northern Argentina [153], Paraguay [154], and has recently been detected in Uruguay [155].…”
Section: Reviewmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Canine visceral leishmaniasis by L. infantum is endemic in all Brazilian regions [ 34 - 47 ], except in South where the disease is seldom recognized [ 44 , 48 , 49 ]. Canine cutaneous leishmaniasis by L. braziliensis is also prevalent in all regions [ 7 , 10 , 38 , 50 - 58 ], except in Center-West.…”
Section: Protozoal Diseasesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Although there is no bridge between Bella Union and Monte Caseros and the border is crossed only by boats, the river cannot be considered a geographical barrier and the two foci should be considered contiguous. Related (Pocai et al 1998, Marcondes et al 2003, Krauspenhar et al 2007). In [2008][2009], three human VL cases and 87 dogs with canine VL were reported in the city of São Borja along with presence of Lu.…”
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