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Cutaneous leishmaniasis is that the commonest sort of leishmaniasis affecting humans. It's a skin infection caused by a single-celled parasite that's transmitted by the bite of a phlebotomine sandfly. There are about twenty species of Leishmania which will cause Old World leishmaniasis. This disease is taken into account to be a zoonosis (a communicable disease that's naturally transmissible from animals to humans), with the exception of Leishmania tropica — which is usually an anthroponotic disease (a communicable disease that's naturally transmissible from humans to vertebrate animals).

Diagnosis is predicated on the characteristic appearance of non-healing raised, scaling lesions which will ulcerate and become secondarily infected with organisms like Staphylococcus aureus, in someone who has returned from an epidemic area. In resource limited settings, fine-needle aspiration of the lesion is confirmatory with identification of amastigote sort of Leishmania. The gold standard for diagnosis is PCR (polymerase chain reaction) helps DNA polymerase to make new strands of DNA like template given.

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