lepromatous


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lepromatous

(lɛˈprəʊmətəs)
adj
(Pathology) characterized by leprous tubercles, or having the nature of a leprous tubercle
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lepromatous

adj lepromatoso
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A case of adenoid cystic carcinoma and lepromatous leprosy were also found.
This is similar to the case of lepromatous leprosy with B-cell lymphoma reported by Sutjita (6) and that of large-cell anaplastic lymphoma in a lepromatous leprosy.
Historically, Lucio's phenomenon was confined to Mexico, mostly in cases of diffuse lepromatous leprosy, also referred to as "Leprosy bonita.
At one end of the spectrum, there is lepromatous leprosy (LL) where there is specific failure of cellular immunity to M.
Antinuclear antibodies are reported in lepromatous leprosy and lepra reactions, varying from 3 to 34% but in low titers (9, 10).
The infectious causes are Mycobacterium tuberculosis causing tuberculous granulomas both caseating and non caseating, Mycobacterium leprae causing non caseating lepromatous granulomas both tuberculoid and lepromatous as well as borderline type, Treponema Pallidum causing Gumma in syphilis a microscopic to grossly visible granulomatous lesion composed of sheets of histiocytes, plasma cell and vasculitis.
Seropositive leprosy individuals have a tendency to experience a change into leprosy lepromatous type.
Clinical leprosy findings showed that 96% (48/50) received multibacillary classification (70% lepromatous and 26% borderline).
The clinical spectrum proposed by Ridley and Jopling (R&J) consists of two poles: tuberculoid (TT) and lepromatous (LL), and three intermediate forms: borderline-tuberculoid (BT), borderline-borderline (BB), and borderline-lepromatous (BL).
Findings are concluded to be consistent with histopathological spectrum of lepromatous leprosy.
Leprosy is defined as a spectral disease, showing a various types of clinical features, tuberculoid (TT), borderline tuberculoid (BT), midborderline (BB), borderline lepromatous (BL), and lepromatous (LL) corresponding to patients' immune response.
dapsone groups with usual dose among contacts of lepromatous cases.