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Leishmaniasis, visceral
Clinical Findings

Many symptoms

  • Prolonged fever, persistent and irregular
    - Hepatosplenomegaly
    - Lymphadenopathy
    - Anaemia
    - Leucopaenia
    - Thrombocytopaenia
    - General weakness
  • The principal signs of visceral leishmaniasis are an enlarged spleen and prolonged irregular fever. Other signs are weight loss, pallor, an enlarged liver, enlarged lymph nodes, anaemia, cough and diarrhoea.


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