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mucosal leishmaniasis caused by leishmania (viannia) braziliensis and leishmania (viannia) guyanensis in the brazilian amazon.leishmania (viannia) braziliensis is a parasite recognized as the most important etiologic agent of mucosal leishmaniasis (ml) in the new world. in amazonia, seven different species of leishmania, etiologic agents of human cutaneous leishmaniasis, have been described. isolated cases of ml have been described for several different species of leishmania: l. (v.) panamensis, l. (v.) guyanensis and l. (l.) amazonensis.201121408116
species diversity causing human cutaneous leishmaniasis in rio branco, state of acre, brazil.information on leishmania species diversity in western brazilian amazon and the clinical picture of human cutaneous leishmaniasis it causes is scarce. we describe clinical findings, diagnostic procedures and identification of leishmania species in patients from that region.200616930261
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