A kutya leishmaniosisának újabb, behurcolt hazai esete

Translated title of the contribution: A novel case of imported canine leishmaniosis in Hungary

Tánczos Balázs, Liptai Orsolya, Szántó Barbara, Papp Orsolya, Kucsera István, Fok Éva, R. Farkas

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The authors present a novel case of imported canine leishmaniosis in Hungary. Dermatitis accompanied by pruritus, lymphadenopathy and nephropathy manifested on a two years old male labrador succeeding by months its return from years long residence in Greece. Thorough clinical and laboratory investigations, however remained inconclusive, only a specific molecular diagnostic method gave evidence of the Leishmania infantum infection of the dog. The dog of deteriorated condition was euthanized and post mortem pathological, parasitological and molecular examinations proved the infection with the Leishmania undoubtedly. In relation to this recent case the authors give an explanation to the epidemiological situation in Hungary, a country that is, despite the fact that autochthonous canine leishmaniosis has been already described, is thought to be non-endemic for that parasitosis. However imported cases of canine leishmaniosis represent a major epidemiological risk because the occurrence of phlebotomine sandflies, vectors of Leishmania infantum have already been demonstrated in some regions of Hungary.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)609-615
Number of pages7
JournalMagyar Allatorvosok Lapja
Volume135
Issue number10
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2013

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Leishmaniasis
Hungary
leishmaniasis
Leishmania infantum
Canidae
dogs
Dogs
Phlebotominae
Newfoundland and Labrador
Psychodidae
Molecular Pathology
Leishmania
Greece
Dermatitis
Pruritus
Infection
lymphatic diseases
pruritus
dermatitis
parasitoses

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  • veterinary(all)

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Balázs, T., Orsolya, L., Barbara, S., Orsolya, P., István, K., Éva, F., & Farkas, R. (2013). A kutya leishmaniosisának újabb, behurcolt hazai esete. Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, 135(10), 609-615.

A kutya leishmaniosisának újabb, behurcolt hazai esete. / Balázs, Tánczos; Orsolya, Liptai; Barbara, Szántó; Orsolya, Papp; István, Kucsera; Éva, Fok; Farkas, R.

In: Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, Vol. 135, No. 10, 10.2013, p. 609-615.

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Balázs, T, Orsolya, L, Barbara, S, Orsolya, P, István, K, Éva, F & Farkas, R 2013, 'A kutya leishmaniosisának újabb, behurcolt hazai esete', Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, vol. 135, no. 10, pp. 609-615.
Balázs T, Orsolya L, Barbara S, Orsolya P, István K, Éva F et al. A kutya leishmaniosisának újabb, behurcolt hazai esete. Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja. 2013 Oct;135(10):609-615.
Balázs, Tánczos ; Orsolya, Liptai ; Barbara, Szántó ; Orsolya, Papp ; István, Kucsera ; Éva, Fok ; Farkas, R. / A kutya leishmaniosisának újabb, behurcolt hazai esete. In: Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja. 2013 ; Vol. 135, No. 10. pp. 609-615.
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