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a circumscribed inflammatory and often suppurating lesion on the skin or an internal mucous surface resulting in necrosis of tissue

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Clinical and laboratory diagnosis of Buruli ulcer disease: a systematic review.
Kayinua et al., "Therapeutic itineraries of patients with ulcerated forms of Mycobacterium ulcerans (Buruli ulcer) disease in a rural health zone in the democratic Republic of Congo," Tropical Medicine & International Health, vol.
Steunou et al., "Mycobacterium ulcerans disease (Buruli ulcer) in rural hospital, southern Benin, 1997-2001," Emerging Infectious Diseases, vol.
Portaels, "Buruli ulcer: an historical overview with updating to 2005," Bulletin des Seances.
'Understanding how infection levels respond to climatic factors is hugely important, particularly with poorly understood, emergent diseases such as Buruli ulcer,' said lead investigator Aaron Morris.
de Jong, "Mycobacterium ulcerans disease (Buruli ulcer) in Gabon: 2005-2011," Medecine et Sante Tropicales, vol.
We concluded to multifocal Buruli ulcer form associated with secondary wound infection to streptococcus in HIV-1 positive patient.
Tsonis et al., "Climate and landscape factors associated with Buruli ulcer incidence in victoria, Australia," PLoS ONE, vol.
Funds raised at the event will help children and adults in Liberia, West Africa devastated by the rare disease, Buruli Ulcer.
Buruli ulcer (Tanghe et al., 2001), diabetes type 1 (Huppmann et al., 2005) and colorectal carcinoma (Mosolits et al., 2005).
Current rates of tuberculosis, Hanson's Disease (leprosy) and the buruli ulcer (also known as the Bairnsdale ulcer) have increased the importance of studies of mycobacteria.
Typhoid fever is endemic, and there is a type of skin ulcer called the Buruli ulcer that is caused by Mycobacterium ulcerans and is more common in children than in adults.
It has taken 60 years of trying, but scientists have finally found the home environment of the microbe that causes Buruli ulcer, a devastating skin disease.
Differential diagnosis includes chronic bacterial osteomyelitis, tuberculosis, Buruli ulcer, other deep fungal infections such as blastomycosis or coccidomycosis and leishmaniasis, yaws and syphilis, and soft-tissue sarcoma.