Primary cryoglobulinemia with cutaneous features.

@article{Krishnaram2013PrimaryCW,
  title={Primary cryoglobulinemia with cutaneous features.},
  author={A S Krishnaram and T. L. Geetha and Anuj Saigal},
  journal={Indian journal of dermatology, venereology and leprology},
  year={2013},
  volume={79 3},
  pages={427-30}
}
The initial presentation in most cases of nasolacrimal tuberculosis is a non‐specific symptom like epiphora which was also the presenting symptom in both our patients. This explains the time delay of up to 3 years between the onset of symptoms and diagnosis in most of the previous reports on nasolacrimal tuberculosis.[4,6] Delay in diagnosis and treatment can lead to extension of the infectious process to intraocular tissues, causing severe visual impairment. The appearance of cutaneous lesion… CONTINUE READING

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