Leishmaniasis in Israel and Palestinian Territories
Part of the Parasitology Research Monographs book series (Parasitology Res. Monogr., volume 12)
The inhabitants and the pilgrims visiting the “holy region of several religions” are endangered by a malicious disease, the agents of which are transmitted by sandflies attacking in the dark.
KeywordsLeishmaniasis Holy country Phlebotomus
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