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A Suspected Case of Cutaneous Mycobacterium immunogenum Infection

Kim JP, Kim YS, Kim SW

M. immunogenum was identified as the etiologic agent of a variety of hospital-acquired infections, including an outbreak of keratitis, and as the potential cause of hypersensitivity pneumonitis in industrial metal-grinding...
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A Case of Borderline Lepromatous Leprosy Masquerading as Chronic Eczema

Kim HR, Kwon HJ, Kim YI, Park KD, Chung H, Park JS

Leprosy is a chronic granulomatous disease affecting the skin and peripheral nervous system. Because of its variable manifestations, leprosy can be misdiagnosed as syphilis, sarcoidosis, psoriasis and eczema. A 73...
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Lid Splitting with Lash Resection for Trichiasis in Long-Standing Leprosy

Ahn SY, Kim JP, Park HJ

BACKGROUND: Trichiasis is the inward inversion of the eyelash, resulting in painful contact with the cornea, which is a common symptom of patients with leprosy seeking treatment in leprosy outpatient...
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Comparison of the results of quantitative real-time PCR, and AFB stain of tissue and slit skin smear in Hansen's disease

Kim JP

BACKGROUND: Mycobacterium leprae, the etiological agent of leprosy, is noncultivable on axenic media, so, the viability of M. leprae for clinical or experimental applications is often unknown. Quantitative reverse transcriptase...
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The Trend of Leprosy Treatment

Kim IK

Since Mycobacterium Leprae was founded by Dr. Armauer Hansen in 1873, leprosy was proven to infectious disease by a germ not from hereditaty, from a cause, or from sin. For...
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