canine leishmaniasis

ca·nine leish·man·i·a·sis

a mild infection of dogs, usually confined to the muzzle or ears, produced by human disease-causing species of Leishmania; dogs therefore are important reservoirs of human infection, such as with visceral leishmaniasis in the Mediterranean region.
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A retrospective clinical study of canine leishmaniasis in 150 dogs naturally infected by Leishmania infantum.
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