leishmaniasis recidivans leishmaniasis re·cid·i·vans (rĭ-sĭd’ə-vənz)
A cutaneous leishmaniasis caused by Leishmania tropica and characterized by a partially healing lesion, intense granuloma production, and development of lesions that produce granulomatous tissue that does not heal sometimes for many years. Also called lupoid leishmaniasis.
- Leishmaniasis tegumentaria diffusa
leishmaniasis tegumentaria diffusa leishmaniasis teg·u·men·tar·i·a dif·fu·sa (těg’yə-mən-târ’ē-ə dĭ-fyōō’sə) n. See diffuse cutaneous leishmaniasis.
- Leishmania tropica
Leishmania tropica Leishmania trop·i·ca (trŏp’ĭ-kə) n. The protozoan that includes subspecies that cause anthroponotic cutaneous leishmaniasis.
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