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Study of the 2 cases of cutaneous leishmaniasis  [cached]
Mittal Amita,Pandya Vishvabhavan,Parmar Kirti,Bilimoria F
Indian Journal of Dermatology , 2005,
Abstract: Two cases of cutaneous leishmaniasis are presented here because of its rare association with HIV infection
Mefloquine in the treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis
Correia, Dalmo;Silva, Carlos Augusto de Campos;Matthes, ?ngelo Gustavo Zucca;
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0037-86821999000500018
Abstract: three cases of cutaneous leishmaniasis were treated orally with a mefloquine dose of 4.2mg/kg/day for six days in the teaching hospital of the faculdade de medicina do triangulo mineiro, uberaba, mg, brazil. three weeks later a new series was repeated. no patient was cured.
Mefloquine in the treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis
Correia Dalmo,Silva Carlos Augusto de Campos,Matthes ?ngelo Gustavo Zucca
Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Medicina Tropical , 1999,
Abstract: Three cases of cutaneous leishmaniasis were treated orally with a mefloquine dose of 4.2mg/kg/day for six days in the Teaching Hospital of the Faculdade de Medicina do Triangulo Mineiro, Uberaba, MG, Brazil. Three weeks later a new series was repeated. No patient was cured.
Cutaneous leishmaniasis with unusual presentation  [cached]
Khatri M,Shafi M,Banghazil M
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 1999,
Abstract: Three cases of cutaneous leishmaniasis with unusual presentation seen at Central Hospital Tripoli, Libya are described. Case No. 1 and 2 had 102 and 109 noduloulcerative lesions with generalized almost bilaterally symmetrical distribution, suggestive of dissemination. Case No. 3 had large verrucous carcinoma but histopathology suggested lupoid (chronic cutaneous) leishmaniasis. Patient No. 2 developed hypersensitivity reaction to sodium stibogluconate after 10 days but responded well to the treatment. Case No. 2 did not tolerate the above treatment and was treated successfully with combination of rifampicin and INH. Case No. 3 was treated successfully with liquid nitrogen cryotherapy by Cryosurg-Frigitonics, using special open probes.
Leishmaniasis cutánea Cutaneous leishmaniasis  [cached]
Osvaldo Miranda Gómez,Iván González Barea
Revista Cubana de Medicina Militar , 2007,
Abstract: La leishmaniasis es una enfermedad de la piel y las membranas mucosas causada por protozoos pertenecientes al género Leishmania. Según la Organización Mundial de la Salud, la enfermedad adquirió proporciones de epidemia en Afganistán y en los campamentos para refugiados de este país en Pakistán, después de la agresión de la Organización del Tratado del Atlántico Norte encabezada por los Estados Unidos a Afganistán en su cruzada contra el terrorismo, por lo que se decide presentar un caso con diagnóstico presuntivo de leishmaniasis cutánea, proveniente de una aldea donde se observó un incremento de casos confirmados con esta afección. Leishmaniasis is a disease of the skin and the mucous membranes caused by protozoa corresponding to the genus Leishmania. According to the World Health Organization, the disease acquired epidemic proportions in Afganistan and in the refugee camps of this country in Pakistan, after the aggression of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization headed by the United States to Afghanistan in its war against terrorism. That's why, it was decided to present a case with presumptive diagnosis of cutaneous leishmaniasis from a village, where it was observed an increase of cases confirmed with this affection.
Many faces of cutaneous leishmaniasis  [cached]
Bari Arfan Ul,Rahman Simeen
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 2008,
Abstract: Background: Cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL) is known for its clinical diversity and increasing numbers of new and rare variants of the disease are being reported these days. Aim: The aim of this descriptive study was to look for and report the atypical presentations of this common disease occurring in Pakistan. Methods: The study was carried out in three hospitals (MH, Rawalpindi; PAF Hospital, Sargodha; and CMH, Muzaffarabad) from 2002 to 2006. Military and civilian patients of all ages, both males and females, belonging to central and north Punjab province and Kashmir were included in the study. Clinical as well as parasitological features of cutaneous leishmaniasis were studied. The unusual lesions were photographed and categorized accordingly using simple descriptive statistics. Results: Out of 718 patients of cutaneous leishmaniasis, 41 (5.7%) had unusual presentations. The commonest among unusual morphologies was lupoid leishmaniasis 14 (34.1%), followed by sporotrichoid 5 (12.1%), paronychial 3 (7.3%), lid leishmaniasis 2 (4.9%), psoriasiform 2 (4.9%), mycetoma-like 2 (4.9%), erysipeloid 2 (4.9%), chancriform 2 (4.9%), whitlow 1 (2.4%), scar leishmaniasis 1 (2.4%), DLE-like 1 (2.4%), ′squamous cell carcinoma′-like 1 (2.4%), zosteriform 1 (2.4%), eczematous 1 (2.4%), verrucous 1 (2.4%), palmar/plantar 1 (2.4%) and mucocutaneous 1 (2.4%). Conclusion: In Pakistan, an endemic country for CL, the possibility of CL should be kept in mind while diagnosing common dermatological diseases like erysipelas, chronic eczema, herpes zoster, paronychia; and uncommon disorders like lupus vulgaris, squamous cell carcinoma, sporotrichosis, mycetoma and other deep mycoses.
Cutaneous leishmaniasis in Jodhpur district
Kalla Gyaneshwar,Singhi M
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 1996,
Abstract: Cutaneous leishmaniasis is a disease with a wide geographical distribution in a range of climate and with different epidemiological patterns. In Rajasthan a new endemic zone of the disease has been found at Jodhpur district. The clincial features of 21 smear positive cases of oriental sore from Jodhpur district studied during a period of 1 year have been described. Also the importance of intralesional berberine sulphate in the treatment of oriental sore has been highlighted.
Cutaneous Leishmaniasis with Unusual Presentation
R Yaghoobi,S Maraghi,N Bagherani
Iranian Journal of Parasitology , 2009,
Abstract: "nThis case report states a 25-year-old woman, residing in the city of Dezfool, Khuzestan Province, south of Iran with the diagnosis of cutaneous leishmaniasis in June 2008. Her skin lesion had de-veloped from 8 months earlier as a nodule on her left arm, 1×3 cm in diameter. Because of sever-ity of the lesion, we prescribed meglumine antimoniate intralesionally with giving up her breast feeding. After 6 months follow-up, no recurrence was seen.
Indigenous cutaneous leishmaniasis  [cached]
Muhammed K,Narayani K,Aravindan K
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 1990,
Abstract: A 20 year old male from Nilambur of Malappuram district of Kerala developed an asymptomatic , single, well circumscribed erythomatous indurated plaque about 3x 2.5 cm in size with central crusting, on the left forearm just about the wrist on the lateral aspect, of six months duration. He had never gone out of his native place at any time in his life, Slit smear examination and staining with Giemsa stain showed plenty of extracelluar and intracellular Leishman, Donovan bodies, ,Histopathology of the lesion was consistent with diagnosis of cutaneous Leishmaniasis. He was treated with rifampicin′600 mg and the lesion showed signs of regression within one month.
Coinfection of cutaneous leishmaniasis and hiv infection
Master Administrator, L Adusei, L Hanson-nortey, J.H Addy
Ghana Medical Journal , 2006,
Abstract: ered in some parts of Ghana. The case of an HIV infected patient presenting with cutaneous leishmaniasis at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital is discussed. The diagnosis of leishmaniasis was con-firmed by histology. Also highlighted is the fact that this is the first reported case of dual infection of HIV and Leishmaniasis in Ghana. The possibility of rapid spread to other members of the community, both immunecompetent and immunesuppressed in view of the large numbers of organisms present in the lesion is discussed.
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