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Leprosy in Korea 2000-2020

Kim JP

  • KMID: 2523700
  • Korean Lepr Bull.
  • 2021 Dec;54(1):.
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 still...
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How to secure the fascial slip of Temporalis transfer to medial canthal tendon performed only on the lower eyelid for the treatment of lagophthalmos.

Ahn SY, Kim Jp, Park HJ

  • KMID: 2523689
  • Korean Lepr Bull.
  • 2021 Dec;54(1):.
Background Lagophthalmos, commonly seen in leprosy patients is an eye change that occurs when the zygomatic branch of the facial nerve is paralyzed and the orbicularis oculi muscle which is innervated...
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A Six-year Experience of Surgical Treatment of Paraffinomas

Park HJ, Kim JP, Ahn SY

  • KMID: 2523688
  • Korean Lepr Bull.
  • 2021 Dec;54(1):.
Background : Many patients with Hansen’s disease injected paraffin into the hands to camouflage hand deformities resulting from ulnar nerve damage. Eventually paraffinomas formed, leading to severe inflammation and ulceration...
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Analysis of phenolic glycolipid 1 antibody among non- leprosy patients at dermatology clinic in recent 3years

Park JM, Kim JP

  • KMID: 2523687
  • Korean Lepr Bull.
  • 2021 Dec;54(1):.
Background Leprosy is an infectious disease caused by Mycobacterium leprae. As Mycobacterium leprae cannot be cultured in artificial media, various diagnostic methods have been proposed. Phenolic glycolipid-1, Mycobacterium leprae specific cell...
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Recurrent Erythema Nodosum Leprosum in a Leprosy Patient in Fiji.

Swamy V, Lee Jh

  • KMID: 2523686
  • Korean Lepr Bull.
  • 2021 Dec;54(1):.
Erythema nodosum leprosum(type 2 reaction) in leprosy occurs in half of patients with borderline or lepromatous leprosy. It is usually manifested as erythematous, subcutaneous, and dermal nodules that are widely...
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