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Volume 12, Number 3—March 2006

Letter

HIV and Lacaziosis, Brazil

Marilia B. Xavier*, Marcia M.R. Ferreira*, Juarez A.S. Quaresma*, and Arival C. de Brito*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *Federal do Para University, Belem, Para, Brazil

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Abundant round parasitic elements in skin tissue of the patient surrounded by a double membrane and containing a basophilic nucleus. Magnification 400×.

Figure A1. Abundant round parasitic elements in skin tissue of the patient surrounded by a double membrane and containing a basophilic nucleus. Magnification 400×.

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