Many dermatoses of worldwide incidence may cause ulcers on the skin, but ulcers also develop in some diseases that occur predominantly in tropical and subtropical regions. When these are seen in temperate zones, they can cause problems in diagnosis. The clinical index (chapter 2) draws attention to a number of diseases discussed in this book that are known to cause ulceration at least sometimes during their course; diagnosis and treatment of these conditions are considered in the relevant chapters.
KeywordsAnemia Bacillus Dermatitis Paral Metronidazole
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