Close contacts with leprosy in newly diagnosed leprosy patients in a high and low endemic area: comparison between Bangladesh and Thailand.
Richardus JH, Meima A, van Marrewijk CJ, Croft RP, Smith TC. International journal of leprosy and other mycobacterial diseases : official organ of the International Leprosy Association. 2005; 73(4):249-57.
Depressive status of leprosy patients in Bangladesh: association with self-perception of stigma.
Tsutsumi A, Izutsu T, Akramul Islam MD, Amed J, Nakahara S, Takagi F, et al.. Leprosy review. 2004; 75(1):57-66.
Delay in presentation, an indicator for nerve function status at registration and for treatment outcome--the experience of the Bangladesh Acute Nerve Damage Study cohort.
Nicholls PG, Croft RP, Richardus JH, Withington SG, Smith WC. Leprosy review. 2003; 74(4):349-56.
The treatment of acute nerve function impairment in leprosy: results from a prospective cohort study in Bangladesh.
Croft RP, Nicholls PG, Richardus JH, Smith WC. Leprosy review. 2000; 71(2):154-68.
Incidence rates of acute nerve function impairment in leprosy: a prospective cohort analysis after 24 months (The Bangladesh Acute Nerve Damage Study).
Croft RP, Nicholls PG, Richardus JH, Smith WC. Leprosy review. 2000; 71(1):18-33.
A recurrent case of BT leprosy with widely spread skin lesions showing a histopathology of indeterminate group after 4.5-years irregular treatment, Bangladesh.
Ishida Y, Ozaki M, Picorini L, Guglielmelli E. Nihon Hansenbyo Gakkai zasshi = Japanese journal of leprosy : official organ of the Japanese Leprosy Association. 1999; 68(3):195-9.
Reliability of Semmes Weinstein monofilament and ballpoint sensory testing, and voluntary muscle testing in Bangladesh.
Anderson AM, Croft RP. Leprosy review. 1999; 70(3):305-13.
Case detection, gender and disability in leprosy in Bangladesh: a trend analysis.
Richardus JH, Meima A, Croft RP, Habbema JD. Leprosy review. 1999; 70(2):160-73.
Nerve function impairment in leprosy: design, methodology, and intake status of a prospective cohort study of 2664 new leprosy cases in Bangladesh (The Bangladesh Acute Nerve Damage Study).
Croft RP, Richardus JH, Nicholls PG, Smith WC. Leprosy review. 1999; 70(2):140-59.
Knowledge, attitude and practice regarding leprosy and tuberculosis in Bangladesh.
Croft RP, Croft RA. Leprosy review. 1999; 70(1):34-42.
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