| SHORT COMMUNICATION
|Year : 1995 | Volume
| Issue : 6 | Page : 349--350
Unusual clinical and histopathological presentation of facial tuberculosis
Adarsh Chopra, SS Gill, Chanchal Jain, Kiranjot, D
Atypical facial lupus vulgaris is described in two cases. The first case resembled sarcoidosis clinically and histologically but responded well to ATT. The second case whose clinical diagnosis of lupus vulgaris was confirmed therapeutically had an atypical histology.
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