| CASE REPORT
|Year : 1987 | Volume
| Issue : 2 | Page : 120--121
PA Sarojini, K Yogimjan, SM Shanmugham Pillai
Two case of orificial tuberculosis had associated diffuse pulmonary tuberculosis. The first case presented as an ulcer on the inner aspect of the right cheek and -the second case presented as a genital ulcer not healing with usual antibodies. He also had an ulcer on the centre of the tongue. The first case was diagnosed as a malignant ulcer and the second case as a venereal ulcer initial. But the investigations proved them to be of tubercular aetiology.
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