Relating to sand flies of the genus Phlebotomus.
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Mr Balivet said that Cutaneous Leishmaniasis, a parasitic skin infection caused by bite of a phlebotomine sandfly, was a public health issue in Pakistan.
Phlebotomine sandflies and the spreading of leishmaniases and other diseases of public health concern.
fischeri, thus evidencing the importance of this phlebotomine in the transmission of the disease.
A proposal of generic and subgeneric abbreviations for phlebotomine sandflies (Diptera: Psychodidae: Phlebotominae) of the world.
He said Phlebotomine sand-flies (vector) transmit Leishmania from infected animal to human or from person to person.
VL is a severe systemic disease caused by protozoa of the genus Leishmania and transmitted by the hematophagous phlebotomine insect of the genus Lutzomyia.
on August 30, but has nothing to do with the Sultanate." Leishmaniasis is caused by the protozoan Leishmania parasites which are transmitted by the bite of infected female phlebotomine sandflies, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Temporal and spatial variation of phlebotomine (Diptera: Psychodidae) community diversity in a cutaneous leishmaniasis endemic area of Costa Rica.
As main vectors of this parasite, two phlebotomine sandfly species, Lutzomyia longipalpis, widespread in the country, and Lutzomyia cruzi registered in Mato Grosso do Sul and Mato Grosso States, (SANTOS et al., 1998; LAINSON & SHAW, 2005; MISSAWA et al., 2011; BRASIL, 2014) have been implicated, and the domestic dog has been considered the common reservoir, with canine cases normally preceding the occurrence of human cases (GONTIJO & MELO, 2004).
(Haemobartonella) transmitted through different arthropod vectors like ticks, lice, triatomines, mosquitoes, tabanids and phlebotomine sand flies to produce illness collectively termed as Canine Vector Borne Diseases (CVBD) in tropical and sub-tropical countries including India (Bhattacharjee and Sarmah, 2013) are minimal.