tuberculoid leprosy

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leprosy characterized by tumors in the skin and cutaneous nerves

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Borderline tuberculoid leprosy masquerading as granuloma annulare: a clinical and histological pitfall.
Thus, mast cells can be used as an important indicator of the patient immunity in leprosy; as such these are found more in lepromatous than tuberculoid leprosy.
Thus, many paucibacillary leprosy patients and most tuberculoid leprosy patients will be negative on Z-N staining.
observed most commonly encountered type of leprosy to be borderline tuberculoid leprosy (42%).
Discrete, epithelioid granulomas in the liver in a case of tuberculoid leprosy (hematoxylin-eosin, original magnification X300).
Tuberculoid leprosy is characterized by localized lesions of the skin and nerves that are often asymptomatic.
There ar two major forms of the disease, lepromatous leprosy and tuberculoid leprosy.
Differentiation of tuberculoid leprosy from other granulomatous dermatitides is essential.
Overall, 15 patients had lepromatous leprosy and 2 had tuberculoid leprosy.
The diagnostic hypothesis was reactional tuberculoid leprosy (Figure 1).
Out of 208 clinically diagnosed cases of leprosy, clinical features of tuberculoid leprosy (TT) were seen in 20 (9.
11] Tuberculoid leprosy & lepromatous leprosy were seen in equal proportion in both cases.