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Oral miltefosine for leishmaniasis in immunocompromised patients: compassionate use in 39 patients with HIV infection.

Oral miltefosine was administered to 39 human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected patients with leishmaniasis for whom standard leishmaniasis treatment had failed. Initial response was achieved in 25 patients (64%), including 16 patients (43%) with initial parasitological cure. Repeated responses after relapse and tolerability of long courses of treatment indicate the potential for development of optimized dosage schemes.

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