Leishmaniases in the European Union and Neighboring Countries
Eduardo Berriatua, Carla Maia, Cláudia Conceição, Yusuf Özbel, Seray Töz, Gad Baneth, Pedro Pérez-Cutillas, Maria Ortuño, Clara Muñoz, Zarima Jumakanova, Andre Pereira, Rafael Rocha, Begoña Monge-Maillo, Elkhan Gasimov, Yves Van der Stede, Gregorio Torres, and Céline M. Gossner
Author affiliations: Universidad de Murcia, Murcia, Spain (E. Berriatua, P. Pérez-Cutillas, M. Ortuño, C. Muñoz, Z. Jumakanova); Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal (C. Maia, C. Conceição, A. Pereira, R. Rocha); Ege University, Izmir, Turkey (Y. Özbel, S. Töz); The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rehovot, Israel (G. Baneth); Instituto Ramón y Cajal de Investigación Sanitaria, Madrid, Spain (B. Monge-Maillo); World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe, Copenhagen, Denmark. (E. Gasimov); European Food Safety Authority, Parma, Italy (Y. Van der Stede); World Organisation for Animal Health, Paris, France (G. Torres); European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control, Stockholm, Sweden (C.M. Gossner)
Figure 2. Geographic distribution of mandatory notification status for animal (A) and human (B) leishmaniases, 2020.
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