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New classification for American sand flies....THE NEW DOOM INSECT! from afganistan

 
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Leishmaniasis is a disease caused by protozoan parasites that belong to the genus Leishmania and is transmitted by the bite of certain species of sand fly (subfamily Phlebotominae). Although the majority of the literature mentions only one genus transmitting Leishmania to humans (Lutzomyia) in America, a 2003 study by Galati suggested a new classification for American sand flies, elevating several subgenera to the genus level.

Elsewhere in the world, the genus Phlebotomus is considered the vector of leishmaniasis.

Most forms of the disease are transmissible only from animals (zoonosis), but some can be spread between humans. Human infection is caused by about 21 of 30 species that infect mammals.

These include the L. donovani complex with three species (L. donovani, L. infantum, and L. chagasi); the L. mexicana complex with four main species (L. mexicana, L. amazonensis, and L. venezuelensis); L. tropica; L. major; L. aethiopica; and the subgenus Viannia with four main species (L. (V.) braziliensis, L. (V.) guyanensis, L. panamensis, and L. (V.) peruviana). The different species are morphologically indistinguishable, but they can be differentiated by isoenzyme analysis, DNA sequence analysis, or monoclonal antibodies.

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The symptoms of leishmaniasis are skin sores which erupt weeks to months after the person affected is bitten by sand flies. Other consequences, which can manifest anywhere from a few months to years after infection, include fever, damage to the spleen and liver, and anemia.
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Systemic Leishmaniasis: The Black Fever

Malnutrition has been shown to contribute to this more serious form of the disease. The fever that develops may be continuous, or it may come and go at irregular intervals. Symptoms include weight loss, diarrhea, and weakness. Darkening of the skin is also a characteristic of the disease, which explains why it is sometimes called “black fever.”
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WATTA U MEAN OUR TROOPS BROUGHT THESE WITH THEM FROM AFGANISTAN...AL QUEIDA FLYS...

Within Afghanistan, leishmaniasis occurs commonly in Kabul, partly due to bad sanitation and waste left uncollected in streets, allowing parasite-spreading sand flies an environment they find favorable.

In Kabul, the number of people infected was estimated to be at least 200,000, and in three other towns (Herat, Kandahar and Mazar-i-Sharif) there were about 70,000 more, according to WHO figures from 2002.

Kabul is estimated as the largest center of cutaneous leishmaniasis in the world, with approximately 67,500 cases as of 2004

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