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Rare atypical feature of type II lepra reaction with ulcerative skin lesion in a lepromatous leprosy patient

Won YH, Kim HW

Lepra reaction is an acute exacervational status occurring in the chronic course of leprosy. Type 2 lepra reaction occur from multibacillus leprosy (such as BL or LL), which mediated by...
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Leprosy on Korea, 2001-2015: Situation, International Migration and Perspectives

Kim JP

BACKGROUND: Although incidence of leprosy in Korea has declined steadily over the years, the increase in immigration since the turn of the century-much of it from countries where leprosy is...
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The effect of xerostomia on perceived oral health among Hansen's people wearing dentures

Oh DC

OBJECTIVE: This study examined xerostomia of Hansen's people wearing dentures, their perceived oral health as well as how their general characteristics and xerostomia affected their perceived oral health. METHODS: total of...
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Evaluation of Propidium Monoazide Real-Time PCR for Viablity of Mycobacterium leprae

Kim JP, Kim YS, Kim CW

BACKGROUND: Conventional acid-fast bacilli (AFB) staining cannot differentiate viable from dead cells. Propidium monoazide (PMA) is a photoreactive DNA-binding dye that inhibits PCR amplification by DNA modification. OBJECT: The author evaluated...
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An effect of Masseter muscle transfer in recurred cases following temporalis transfer for lower lip paralysis

Ahn SY, Kim JP, Park HJ

BACKGROUND: Facial nerve palsy in patients with leprosy brings a variety of discomfort functionally and cosmetically. Although the distortion of the lips is less frequent than that of the eyes,...
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