Synonym(s): Alibert keloid ; cicatricial keloid Alibert disease II - infection caused by Leishmaniatropica . … tropica . … The Old World form is caused by organisms of the Leishmaniatropica complex; the New World form is caused by organisms of the L. mexicana and L. viannia complexes.
Old world leishmaniasis is primarily caused by Leishmania donovani endemic in China, India and Bangladesh, Leishmaniatropica in the Middle East and the Mediterranean and … This disease is considered to be a zoonosis (an infectious disease that is naturally transmissible from vertebrate animals to humans), with the exception of Leishmaniatropica … tropica red  Cutaneous leishmaniasis is endemic in all tropical and subtropical areas of the world.  The distribution of this disease is very tightly linked to geography
Localized Leishmania Lymphadenitis Etiologic Agent Identified as Leishmaniatropica Using Gene Sequencing. … Some of the types of Leishmania parasites include: Leishmaniatropica (or L. tropica) L. major L. aethiopica L. infantum L. donovani L. mexicana L. amazonensis L. venezuelensis
tropica parasites in vitro and by subcutaneous inoculation, with accelerated skin ulcer healing. 60 When combined with proper surgical wound dressing, ivermectin shows significant … […] cutaneous leishmaniasis, ivermectin is more effective than other drugs (including pentostam, rifampicin, amphotericin B, berenil, metronidazole and nystatin) in killing Leishmania