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Mycobacterium leprosy is a type of bacterial diseases that results in skin diseases. The microorganism Mycobacterium leprae, is responsible for this disease. It is a rod shape bacteria. It tends to skin sores and nerve damage. Symptoms of diseases include lesions on the skin, numbness in the extremities, and muscle weakness.
Leprosy is the name used to describe skin infections with a number of mycobacterial species that cause single or multiple inflammatory nodules (granulomas) to develop in the skin or just under the skin (subcutaneous tissues).
Related Journals of Mycobacterium leprosy
Mycobacterial Diseases Journal, Applied Microbiology: open access, Journal of Bacteriology & Parasitology, Journal of Infectious Diseases and Diagnosis, Journal of Pulmonary & Respiratory Medicine, Mycobacteria Journals, Leprosy scholarly journals, lepromatous leprosy, Long Lasting Disease: Leprosy