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Figure 27.1
Warty tuberculosis. (a) Epidermis showing hyperkeratosis and acanthosis, with acute inflammation and abscess formation in the upper dermis. Ill‐define...
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Figure 27.5
Mycobacterium bovis BCG infection of the glans penis, showing an infiltrated red plaque containing small, deep‐seated, yellow papules. (Courtesy of ...
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Figure 27.9
Tuberculous gumma (metastatic cold abscess) in a patient with a pleural effusion. (Courtesy of Dr V. Ramesh, SJ Hospital and VM Medical College, New ...
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Figure 27.13
Sporotrichoid spread of warty tuberculosis. (Courtesy of Dr V. Ramesh, SJ Hospital and VM Medical College, New Delhi, India, and the Editor of Derma...
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Figure 27.17
Tumour‐like form of lupus vulgaris on the ear lobe and face. (Courtesy of Dr V. Ramesh, SJ Hospital and VM Medical College, New Delhi, India, and the...
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Figure 27.21
Lichen scrofulosorum of the trunk showing subtle skin‐coloured papules. (Courtesy of Dr Antonio Torrelo, Hospital del Niño Jesus, Madrid, Spain.)
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Figure 27.25
Papulonecrotic tuberculid of the legs. (Courtesy of Professor J. Aboobaker, University of Natal, Durban, South Africa.)
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Figure 27.29
Fish infected with Mycobacterium marinum . (Courtesy of Professor J. A. A. Hunter, Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh, UK.)
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Figure 27.33
Mycobacterium avium complex infection. (a) Presenting as an erythematous nodule with central ulceration on the extensor aspect of the forearm in an i...
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Figure 27.37
Mycobacterium chelonae infection of the lower limb. (Courtesy of Dr R. D. Ead, Hope Hospital, Manchester, UK.)
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Figure 27.2
Lupus vulgaris. Extensive caseous granulomatous inflammation in the deep dermis in lupus vulgaris (H&E). (Courtesy of Dr M. Bamford and Dr A. Fletche...
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Figure 27.6
Scrofuloderma. (a) Associated with tuberculosis of the axillary glands occurring in a 74‐year‐old white man prior to antituberculous therapy. (b) Asso...
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Figure 27.10
Multiple metastatic abscesses (gummas) on the left arm. (Courtesy of Dr V. Ramesh, SJ Hospital and VM Medical College, New Delhi, India, and the Edit...
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Figure 27.14
Lupus vulgaris. (a) A solitary plaque on the left cheek. (b) Lesions of the face resembling discoid lupus erythematosis. Note the strong tuberculin re...
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Figure 27.18
Perianal lupus (a) before and (b) after treatment. (Courtesy of Dr Julia Rhodes, Department of Dermatology, Royal Perth Hospital, Australia, and the ...
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Figure 27.22
Lichen scrofulosorum showing annular and plaque‐like lesions with strong tuberculin reaction. (Courtesy of Dr V. Ramesh, SJ Hospital and VM Medical C...
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Figure 27.26
Erythema induratum of the legs.
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Figure 27.30
Mycobacterium marinum infection showing sporotrichoid spread from the hand to the forearm in an aquarist. (Courtesy of Dr I. H. Coulson, Burnley Gen...
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Figure 27.34
Mycobacterium haemophilum infection producing ulcerated nodules on the left knee and shin, with a non‐ulcerated nodule on the medial aspect of the kn...
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Figure 27.3
Plaque of lupus vulgaris measuring 50 × 30 mm at the site of a previous BCG vaccination. (Courtesy of Dr S.L. Walker, Faculty of Infectious and Tropi...
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Figure 27.7
(a) Ulcerative form of scrofuloderma in an Ethiopian child secondary to tuberculous osteomyelitis of the skull. (b) The same child after several month...
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Figure 27.11
Warty tuberculosis with strong tuberculin reactions. (a) The right ring and middle fingers. (b) Sole of the left foot. (Courtesy of Dr V. Ramesh, SJ ...
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Figure 27.15
Nasal deformity as a late sequela of lupus vulgaris. (Courtesy of Dr V. Ramesh, SJ Hospital and VM Medical College, New Delhi, India, and the Editor ...
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Figure 27.19
Extensive BCG‐induced lupus vulgaris in a child complicated by squamous cell carcinoma. (Courtesy of Dr Binod Kr Thakur and Dr Shikha Verma, North Ea...
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Figure 27.23
Lichen scrofulosorum on the forehead. (Courtesey of Dr Yogesh S. Marfatia, Department of Skin‐VD, Medical College and SSG Hospital, Vadodara, Gujarat,...
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Figure 27.27
Acneform‐like lesions with scarring on the face and ears. Tuberculoid histology with acid‐fast bacilli is seen demonstrating a true lupus miliaris dis...
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Figure 27.31
Mycobacterium ulcerans in an 8‐year‐old child. (Courtesy of Professor F. Portaels, Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp, Belgium.)
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Figure 27.35
Mycobacterium abscessus infection. (a) Cellular infiltrate in the mid and deep dermis. (b) A heavy infiltrate of neutrophils and nuclear dust in the ...
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Figure 27.4
Atypical papular tuberculid following BCG vaccination. (Courtesy of Dr J. Muto, National Defence Medical College, Namiki, Tororozawa, Saitama, Japan....
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Figure 27.8
Periorificial tuberculosis. (a) Crusty erosions are evident on the gingival surface and mucosal surface of the lip. (Courtesy of Dr F. Nachbar, Ludwi...
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Figure 27.12
Warty tuberculosis of the right thigh. (Courtesy of Dr V. Ramesh, SJ Hospital and VM Medical College, New Delhi, India, and the Editor of Paediatric...
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Figure 27.16
Vegetating lupus vulgaris on the nose. (Courtesy of Dr J. E. Bothwell, Barnsley District General Hospital, Barnsley, UK.)
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Figure 27.20
A basal cell carcinoma arising in an old area of lupus vulgaris.
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Figure 27.24
Lichenoid variety of lichen scrofulosorum. (Courtesy of Dr Luis Requena, Fundación Jiménez Diaz, Universidad Autónoma, Madrid, and the Editor of the ...
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Figure 27.28
Granulomatous mastitis due to tuberculosis. (Courtesy of Dr F. G. Bravo, Instituto de Medicina Tropical Alexander von Humboldt, Lima, Peru.)
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Figure 27.32
Extensive Mycobacterium ulcerans of the elbow in a child. (Courtesy of Dr P. L. A. Niemel, Surinam.)
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Figure 27.36
Mycobacterium abscessus infection causing abscesses. (Courtesy of Dr A. G. Smith, North Staffordshire Hospital, Stoke‐on‐Trent, UK, and the Editor o...