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Erythema Necroticans- A Rare Presentation of Lepra Reaction A Report of two Cases
Leprosy is chronic inflammatory disease caused by Mycobacterium leprae, affecting skin, peripheral nerves and other tissues. During long course of disease, immunological alterations occur in the form of reactions which result in sudden increase in activity of disease. Here we present two cases, in which one case directly presented with Erythema Necroticans without preceding symptoms of Leprosy and the other is known case of Borderline lepromatous leprosy with Erythema Necroticans.
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Journal of Medical Science And clinical Research
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