A Rare Combination of Pure Neuritic Leprosy with Morphea Leading to Diagnostic Confusion.

Abstract

A circumscribed sclerotic plaque of morphea can sometimes be mistaken for tuberculoid leprosy and vice versa can also happen. However, the co-existence of a patch of morphea mimicking as Leprosy patch in an underlying case of neuriticleprosy, can be very misleading. We present a case with glove and stocking anaesthesia and peripheral nerve enlargement with… (More)

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