Last Updated: 2019-08-26
Author(s): Anzengruber F., Navarini A.
Id reaction of the skin during a hyperergic phase of a tuberculosis infection.
A distinction is currently being made:
Tuberculosis cutis lichenoides.
Erythema induratum. Depending on the disease.
Depending on the disease.
Important for the diagnosis position are that...
... a clinical substrate is present.
... a distinctly positive tuberculin test was made.
... the symptoms subside after antitubercular therapy.
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