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- Rojo, Carlos, et al. Show all 12 Authors
- Parasites & vectors 2018 v.11 no.1 pp. 185
- Lagomorpha; Leishmania infantum; Phlebotomus perniciosus; Pongo pygmaeus; allopurinol; amastigotes; anemia; blood; bone marrow; carnivores; endangered species; females; fluorescent antibody technique; habitats; hares; humans; hypoalbuminemia; leishmaniasis; macrophages; males; microscopy; neutropenia; pericardial effusion; polymerase chain reaction; rabbits; rodents; serology; splenomegaly; transaminases; weight loss; wild animals; Spain
- ... BACKGROUND: Some wild animals have been recognized as potential reservoirs of Leishmania infantum infection (e.g. carnivores, lagomorphs, rodents, etc.). Leishmania infantum was also identified infecting humans and lagomorphs (i.e. hares and rabbits) over the period of 2009–2016, with the latter acting as the main reservoirs involved in the human leishmaniosis outbreak in Madrid. RESULTS: Two case ...
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