British Medical Journal, 1903, v.2, pp. 1376-7
An organism found by Leishman in 1900 was later described by him as possibly a trypanosome. C. Donovan found the same oganism in blood in July 1903. The name Leishman donovani (Leishman-Donovan bodies) was later attached to these organisms.
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Leishman, Sir William Boog, "On the possibility of the occurrence of trypanosomiasis in India." (1903). Classic Article Collection. 49.