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By Lesliane E. Castro-Santana (auth.), Néstor P. Sánchez (eds.)

Atlas of Dermatology in inner Medicine is the one concise text-atlas to hide the commonest and most crucial cutaneous manifestations of systemic affliction in childrens and adults. It good points greater than a hundred and fifty scientific pictures which are observed by way of format-driven, clinically targeted textual content at the prognosis and administration of cutaneous manifestations of connective tissue, pulmonary, renal, GI, endocrine, malignant, infectious, and HIV ailment. there's additionally a separate bankruptcy on dermis illnesses quite often visible within the ICU. a distinct characteristic is its systematic assurance of clinically suitable dermatopathology. The booklet is a important instrument for physicians and trainees in inner medication, relatives medication, pediatrics, emergency drugs, and demanding care drugs, in addition to family members, emergency, and demanding care nurse practitioners.

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The major difference is that M. bovis infection is spread from animals to humans, most frequently through infected milk products [62] (Table 1). True Cutaneous Tuberculosis Endogenously Acquired Disease Lupus Vulgaris LV is the most common form of cutaneous tuberculosis in most countries, especially in India and Africa [63–66]. Up to 40% of LV cases are associated with lymphadenitis and up to 20% involve the lungs and bones [65]. Its pathogenesis is multifactorial: direct inoculation, BCG vaccination, contiguous, lymphatic, and hematogenous route of infection [49, 65].

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It is the additional clinical criteria that is helpful in the differential diagnosis, such as the soft texture of the lesions, the brownish-red color, the slow progression, and the apple-jelly nodules revealed by diascopy [71]. Scrofuloderma Scrofuloderma, also known as tuberculosis cutis colliquativa, arises from the extension of underlying tubercle bacilli J. Rullán et al. from an infected lymph node, bone, joint, or epididymis to the overlying skin in patients with a weak immune response [69, 72, 73].

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