Peripheral gangrene: an uncommon manifestation of disseminated tuberculosis.

  title={Peripheral gangrene: an uncommon manifestation of disseminated tuberculosis.},
  author={Anand Prakash Dubey and Sivasankar Sudha and Ankit Parakh},
  journal={Indian pediatrics},
  volume={43 3},
Peripheral gangrene as a manifestation of tuberculosis is very uncommon. An 8 year old male child presented with non-healing ulcer over the sole of left foot, left inguinal tubercular lymphadenopathy with scrofloderma, tubercular pleural effusion and gangrene of the right fore foot. The child improved on antitubercular treatment. 

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