Skin tuberculosis in Normergie

Last Updated: 2023-07-07

Author(s): Anzengruber F.

ICD11: 1B12.8

There is tuberculosis-specific immunoreactivity. These are post-primary forms of tuberculosis (the patients have already had a tuberous primary complex). Typically, there is a lack of pathogens, tuberculous granulomas and a positive tuberculin test.


  • Examples:
    • Tuberculosis ctuis verrucosa.
    • Lupus vulgaris.
    • Tuberculosis cutis colliquativa.
    • Tuberculosis subcutanea et fistulosa.
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