| CASE REPORT
|Year : 1987 | Volume
| Issue : 4 | Page : 241--243
Cutaneous Leishmaniasis In, Eastern Libya
SC Bharija, AJ Kanwar, MS Belhaj
Cuteneous leishmaniasis is extremely uncommon in eastren Libya. Seven patients were seen over a period of ten years, of whom 5 had visited areas which are endemic foci, while 2 were foreign nationals. Rifiimpicin was effective in 3 patients while it was a failure in 2. Metronidazole was used in 2 patients with success, while one patient responded to co-trimoxazole.
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