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Case report: sporotrichoid form of lupus vulgaris

Mousumi Roy Bandyopadhyay; DN Gangopadhyay; Sarkar Somnath; Besra Mrinal

Volume 17, Issue 2 , 2014, , Pages 72-75

Abstract
  Lupus vulgaris, a common form of cutaneous tuberculosis, usuallyhas different patterns including the plaque form, ulcerative andmutilating form, vegetative form, tumor-like form, and papularand nodular form. Lupus vulgaris commonly appears on thenormal skin as a solitary lesion. However, certain uncommonforms ...  Read More

Cutaneous granulomatous reaction post intravesical BCG installation: a case report

Farshchian Mahmood; Soltanieh Elahe; Mosavi Leila

Volume 15, Issue 3 , 2012, , Pages 95-98

Abstract
  Intravesical instillation of Bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG) hasbecome an established adjuvant treatment for superficial bladdercarcinoma. This treatment is associated with a relatively high rateof side effects which are mostly reversible spontaneously or canbe treated symptomatically. Serious systemic ...  Read More

Clinical and laboratory findings in 45 patients with cutaneous Tuberculosis in Ahwaz

S Rasaei

Volume 8, Issue 2 , 2005, , Pages 121-127

Abstract
  Background: Cutaneous granulomatous dermatoses usually are a diagnostic challenge with tuberculosis (TB) on top of them. TB is a universal health problem and considered by WHO at the top of 6 common and dangerous infectious diseases. Objective: To determine the clinical, laboratory and histopathological ...  Read More

Skin Tuberculosis presenting as a Tinea Incognito-like eruption: A case report

S Rasayi; H Kavoosi

Volume 4, Issue 4 , 2001, , Pages 41-47

Abstract
  Lupus vulgaris is a progressive form of skin tuberculosis occurring in the patients with a moderate to high degree of immunity. It is reported to be the commonest type of skin tuberculosis. Our case was a 40 year-old man who referred with multiple, erythematous, annular plaques, 30-50 mm in diameter ...  Read More