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Research Article

Trends in Recently Emerged Leishmania donovani Induced Cutaneous Leishmaniasis, Sri Lanka, for the First 13 Years

Table 3

Trends in mean durations of lesion according to selected clinical features.

Feature Group A
2001-2004
Group B
2005-2007
Group C
2008-2010
Group D
2011-2013
Total group

MLD (SD) skin lesions7.7 (8.8)6.9 (5.9)5.2 (5.4)7.0 (9.8)6.64 (12.3)
MLD (SD) of single lesions7.5 (7.6)7.06 (6.1)5.2 (5.4)6.2 (6.7)6.4 (12.5)
MLD (SD) of <2cm lesions6.7 (8.2)6.9 (5.7)5.3 (5.8)6.2 (6.7)6.2 (6.5)
MLD (SD) of ulcerated lesions8.7 (8.9)7.3 (5.7)4.9 (5.4)6.2 (8.0)6.0 (6.1)

MLD (SD): mean lesion duration in months (standard deviation).

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