1) Military formations ranging from Greece to Pakistan have been troubled by the development of SFF outbreaks in recent years, (7,8) Sandfly
fever has been known to be endemic in Afghanistan for many years, but was most notably identified during the 1980s Soviet occupation of Afghanistan when SFF was known to attack significant proportions of Soviet troops based in eastern Afghanistan.
Susceptibility of larvae of the sandfly
Phlebotomus papatasi (Diptera: Psychodidae) to Bacillus sphaericus.
Serological studies on the epidemiology of sandfly
fever in the Old World.
fever is an infectious disease which is characterized with formation of a papule on the site of sandfly
bite, high fever, rash and diffuse muscle and joint pain and with epidemics.
26 We suggest a potential theoretical risk factor exposing Sudanese male children to sandfly
bites: the local social tradition of male children in rural areas who go outdoors for play activities, while females prefer indoor playing.
Bu askerlerden alinan serumlarin bebek sicanlara inokule edilmesiyle sandfly
Naples virus (SFNV) ve sandfly
Sicilian virus (SFSV) izole edilmistir.
Relative abundances of sandfly
species (Diptera: Phlebotominae) in two villages in the same area of Campeche, in southern Mexico.
It usually presents with a skin ulcer caused by a sandfly
bite and generally heals spontaneously within 3 to 6 months but clinico-pathological picture of cutaneous leishmaniasis, many a times, is variable depending on several host-parasite related factors.
Leishmaniasis is caused by a protozoan carried by domestic and wild animals and transmitted by a sandfly
She had nursed Tom when he had sandfly
fever in India.
A TOURIST was killed by a bite from a sandfly
on a holiday in Tenerife.
Some 150 troops in Iraq have been infected with a skin disease caused by sandfly