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World Health Organization : Regioinal Office for Africa ; Year 1993 ; Africa Region, Education and Training, Issue 147: Intersectoral Ministerial Management Workshop ; Final Report - Oguta, 1-5 July 1981 (Preparatory)

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Title: World Health Organization : Regioinal Office for Africa ; Year 1993 ; Africa Region, Education and Training, Issue 147: Intersectoral Ministerial Management Workshop ; Final Report - Oguta, 1-5 July 1981 (Preparatory)  
Author: World Health Organization
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Language: English
Subject: Health., Public health, Wellness programs
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Organization, W. H. (n.d.). World Health Organization : Regioinal Office for Africa ; Year 1993 ; Africa Region, Education and Training, Issue 147. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE LElSHMANlASES Our ideas of the distribution of the leishmaniases and the relative importance of the various forms of infection in different countries have changed for a number of reasons. Our knowledge of the forms of leishmaniasis prevalent in many countries is clearly inadequate: new information, about both known and new forms of illness, may lead to substantial changes in distribution patterns. Considerable modifications have already been observed in the distribution of the leishmaniases throughout the world (Krjukova & LatySev, 1948; Rodjak~n, 1962; Kolonitkij, 1963). In a number of countries the cultivation of new land is leading to the disappearance of natural foci of leishn~aniasisa, nd the wide use of insecticides causes the gradual elimination of old foci of the disease in human populations, as has happened, for example, in Italy (Corradetti et a]., 1966) and in the Central Asian foci of the zoonotic type of tegumentary leishmaniasis in the USSR (Bohrov, 1955; Isaev, 1959; Isaev et al., 1966). The foci of authroponotic leishmaniases disappear first, as has been the case wlth cutaneous leishmaniasis of the urban type in Azerbaidzhan (Nadiafov, 1966) and in Turkmenia in the USSR, as a result of the detection and treatment of patients and the planned use of DDT: kala arar is disappeanng i n India as a result of the

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