Herein we report a 6-year-old Afghans patient referred to Department of Dermatology, St. AL-Zahra Hospital in Isfahan with ulcerative and nodular lesions disseminated over the face, arms, buttocks, pelvic girdle and legs in 2002. Direct smears of the lesions were positive for Leishman bodies. Leishmanin skin test was negative. He also had dactylitis in some digits and toes. PCR from bone biopsy showed Mycobacterium tuberculosis. So he was treated according to diagnosis of disseminated cutaneous leishmaniasis with tuberculous dactylitis.