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cutaneous leishmaniasis in north dakota.in the united states, autochthonous cutaneous leishmaniasis caused by infection with leishmania mexicana has been reported from texas and oklahoma. here, we describe a child with 2 new features: cutaneous infection acquired outside of the south-central united states (in north dakota) and infection caused by leishmania donovani species complex.201424850800
visceral leishmaniasis in a dog from maryland.visceral leishmaniasis is a zoonotic disease that can be transmitted from dogs to humans by a sand-fly vector. endemic cases of visceral leishmaniasis among dogs in oklahoma, texas, and ohio have been reported. recent reports of visceral leishmaniasis in foxhounds in the eastern coastal states has raised new concerns about the importance of this disease in the united states.200011110461
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