Cutaneous leishmaniasis

Cutaneous (meaning 'skin') leishmaniasis is a chronic infection caused by a microscopic parasite, Leishmania. It causes ulcers or scabs which occur more frequently on exposed body parts such as the wrists, the ankles and lower legs, and the face

Publication date: 2018/09/10 15:00:00 GMT+10

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Organisation: Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

Audience: General

Tags: Child Health