Pseudochondritis in Leprosy


A healthy 32-year-old Afro-Caribbean man was referred to our hospital with suspected systemic vasculitis and chondritis because of symmetrical polyarthritis, recurrent erythematous lesions of the trunk and the face previously considered to be urticarian, and extremities swelling with distal symmetrical glove and stock sensory loss over a two-year period. He… (More)


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