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[Nodular Lepra Tuberculoides in a Child]
2006, Número 3
Lepromatous leprosy: A review and case report. It is transmitted from person to person and has a long incubation period between two and six years. The disease presents polar clinical forms the "multibacillary" lepromatous leprosy and the "paucibacillary" tuberculoid leprosy , as well as other intermediate forms with hybrid characteristics. They may take the form of multiple nodules lepromas that progress to necrosis and ulceration. The ulcers are slow to heal, and produce atrophic scarring or even tissue destruction.
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