Mondêgo de Oliveira, Renata; Frazão, Venir Lia; Marquinho Silva, Deborah Cristina; dos Santos Cardoso, Ianne Roberta; Costa, Jessica Stefane; Polary Bezerra, Izaías
January 2012
Archives of Veterinary Science;SUP2012, Vol. 17 Issue S1, p499
Academic Journal
This study aimed to conduct an epidemiological investigation of cases of canine leishmaniasis in São Luís - MA. Data were collected in Sector Screening Center Animal Control of São Luís, from January 2009 to June 2011. It was found that in 2009 was the largest number of reported cases from the years analyzed, and the district of Tirirical the most affected in all of them.


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