Tuberculoid leprosy

What is Tuberculoid leprosy?

Tuberculoid leprosy is a skin condition characterized by solitary skin lesions that are asymmetrically distributed.

The less severe form of leprosy.

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These marking are not itchy. They are a reddish pink. the left is oval, the right is odd shaped. I was diagnosed with the left axilla area (it is...

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After seeing the pic, ringworm is the first thing that comes to mind. But, persistence of the lesion for more than 9...

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Hello,my name is Kaliena. I am a sophomore at Life Christian Academy, and I am currently working on a report on leprosy , and I am getting confused...

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Leprosy other name is Hansens disease spread through nasal discharge of infected untreated also causes the prolonged contact of...

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