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Visceral leishmaniasis as a cause of postpartum pyrexia - case report

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Epidemiology and diagnostics of visceral leishmaniasis in Serbia

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Emerging vector-borne diseases–incidence through vectors

Vector-borne diseases use to be a major public health concern only in tropical and sub-tropical areas,but today they are an emerging threat for the continental and developed countries also.Nowadays,in intercontinental countries ,there is a struggle with emerging diseases,which have found their way to appear through vectors.Vector-borne zoonotic diseases occur when vectors,animal hosts,climate conditions,pathogens,and suscepti-ble human population exist at the same time,at the same place.Global climate change is predicted to lead to an increase in vector-borne infectious diseases and dise

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IMPORTED PARASITIC INFECTIONS IN SERBIA

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Presence of Leishmania and Brucella Species in the Golden Jackal Canis aureus in Serbia

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FIRST CASE OF VISCERAL LEISHMANIOSIS/HIV COINFECTION IN NIŠ – SOUTHEASTERN SERBIA

Abstract - Visceral leishmaniosis (VL) has emerged as an important opportunistic parasitosis associated with human immunodeficiency
virus (HIV) infection. The aim of this paper is to report the first case of Leishmania/HIV coinfection in
a patient from Niš (Southeastern Serbia). Microscopical examination of Giemsa-stained bone marrow (BM) smears show
the presence of Leishmania spp. amastigotes based on their morphological characteristics. In spite of the parasitological

VISCERAL LEISHMANIASIS ASSOCIATED HEMOPHAGOCYTIC LYMPHOHISTIOCYTOSIS

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Visceral leishmaniasis (VL) is caused by the dissemination of the
protozoan parasite Leishmania donovani throughout the reticuloendothelial
system. This systemic disease may mimic or lead to
several types of hematological disorders including hemophagocytic
lymphohistiocytosis (HLH). Infection associated hemophagocytic
syndrome caused by Leishmania is very rare and difficult
to diagnose. Herein, we describe an infant with HLH associated
with VL. The severity of HLH secondary to visceral leishmaniasis

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