Volume 24, Number 1—January 2018
Epidemiology of Cutaneous Leishmaniasis Outbreak, Waziristan, Pakistan
||CL-positive samples, no.*||CL prevalence, %|
|*CL, cutaneous leishmaniasis. †Denotes statistically significant difference (p<0.05) analyzed by χ2 test. In South Waziristan, the highest prevalence rate (6.79% by PCR), was found in Wanna district; in North Waziristan, Dosali had the highest prevalence (4.68% by PCR). However, South Waziristan showed a higher prevalence rate, 3.75% (117/3,112), than North Waziristan’s 3.51% (156/4,436).|
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