Journal of Bacteriology and Infectious Diseases

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Visceral Leishmaniasis

Instinctive leishmaniasis (VL), otherwise called kala-azar, is the most extreme type of leishmaniasis and, without appropriate finding and treatment, is related with high casualty. Leishmaniasis is a malady brought about by protozoan parasites of the sort Leishmania. The parasite moves to the inside organs, for example, the liver, spleen (thus "instinctive"), and bone marrow, and, whenever left untreated, will quite often bring about the passing of the host. Signs and side effects incorporate fever, weight reduction, weakness, pallor, and significant expanding of the liver and spleen. Of specific worry, as indicated by the World Health Organization (WHO), is the rising issue of HIV/VL co-contamination.

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