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Leptospirosis is a rare disease which causes enlargement of the spleen and kidney and jaundice. It is caused by a bacteria called a spirochete, and usually spreads from animals to humans through soil or water contaminated with the infected animal’s waste.

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Health Experts Caution Kerala Flood-Affected to Take Treatment for Leptospirosis
With flood rescue operations coming to an end, health experts in Kerala have asked the general public who came in contact with flood waters to take pr.....
Leptospirosis Claims 16 Lives In Mumbai, Marginal Increase In H1N1 Cases
Leptospirosis has claimed yet another life, the 16th casualty in July alone. The 34-year-old man was also infected with H1N1 in Kalachowki.

Recent Increase In Death Rate due to Leptospirosis in Mumbai Shocks Health Officials
Mumbai is witnessing a drastic rise in deaths with 12 persons succumbing to leptospirosis or otherwise called field fever in the past one week.
Leptospirosis Outbreak: Contaminated Flood Water In Mumbai Claims Two Lives
Heavy rains and floods have brought back cases of leptospirosis in Mumbai, India. It has claimed two lives and affected 15 people in July.

Leptospirosis Rears Its Head In Navsari District Of Ahmedabad
In Navsari, Gujarat, an outbreak of Leptospirosis has resulted in eight lives being lost. Currently, almost a hundred persons are suspected of being.....

Leptospirosis - Causes - Symptoms - Diagnosis - Treatment - FAQs - Reference
Leptospirosis is a disease caused by the Leptospira bacteria. It is also known as Weil's disease, after the one who first recognized the disease... Read More

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