Leishmania: What is the Meaning of Leishmania?
Leishmaniasis is a disease caused in many parts of the world by parasitic protozoa commonly found in dogs and some mice in rural areas. There are comprehensive exceptions to all of our policies in Leishmania and we make no effort to cover the costs associated with them.
Meanings of Leishmania
The single-celled protozoan parasite that spends part of its life cycle in the intestines of sandflies and in blood and other tissues of the poor.
Sentences of Leishmania
The only way to catch the Leishmania parasite is by biting a small mosquito.