anthroponotic cutaneous leishmaniasis
[ ăn′thrə-pə-nŏt′ĭk ]
A form of cutaneous leishmaniasis occurring in urban areas in western and central Asia and characterized by a painless, chronic, dry ulceration that develops from two to eight months after the bite from the transmitting sandfly bite and heals in about a year, often leaving a scar.
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