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Cutaneous leishmaniasis is a parasitic skin infection that is considered by doctors to be one of the worst skin diseases in developing countries. The disease is caused by parasites transmitted by infected sandflies. Sahienshadebie Ramdas describes and analyses the help-seeking behaviour of patients with cutaneous leishmaniasis in Suriname – where the disease is prevalent in rural areas – from a medical-anthropological perspective.

Event details of Help-seeking behaviour of Suriname patients with parasitic skin infection
Date 15 January 2015
Time 14:00 -15:00
Location Agnietenkapel

S. Ramdas, Perceptions and Treatment of Cutaneous Leishmaniasis in Suriname: A Medical-Anthropological Perspective.

Supervisors

Prof. J.D.M. van der Geest
Prof. R. Reis

Co-supervisor

Dr H.D.F.H. Schallig (KIT)

Agnietenkapel

Oudezijds Voorburgwal 229 - 231
1012 EZ Amsterdam

Entrance

This event is open to the public.