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Hemophagocytic Syndrome: A Misleading Complication of Visceral Leishmaniasis in Children—A Series of 12 Cases

Marie-Helene Gagnaire, Claire Galambrun, Jean Louis Stéphan
Fig. 1.

A, Leishmania species amastigotes (2–3 μm in diameter) are seen within a macrophage in a smear for the bone marrow from a child with VL. B, Hemophagocytic macrophage all X450.