alexa Treponemal depigmentation, with special reference to yaws.


Journal of Pigmentary Disorders

Author(s): Browne SG

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Abstract Depigmentation of the skin at characteristic sites occurs in all the treponematoses, but it is seen most commonly in older persons who have had yaws in infancy or childhood, especially when treatment has been inadequate to prevent this tertiary manifestation. A total of 689 cases are recorded from the former Belgian Congo.
This article was published in S Afr Med J and referenced in Journal of Pigmentary Disorders

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