Visceral Leishmaniasis-HIV Coinfection as a Predictor of Increased Transmission at the Village Level in Bihar, India.
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AbstractThese findings indicate the importance of VL-HIV+ patients as infectious reservoirs for Leishmania, and suggest that they represent a threat equivalent to PKDL patients towards the VL elimination initiative on the Indian subcontinent, therefore warranting a similar focus.
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