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Post kala-azar dermal leishmaniasis is recorded from the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan.
A dermal leishmaniasis clinically resembling oriental sore is recorded from Darfur Province and the Sennar district of the Sudan.
In these two areas, all three forms of leishmaniasis—visceral, oral, and cutaneous—have been found.
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