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Volume 13, Number 6—June 2007

Letter

Imported Cutaneous Melioidosis in Traveler, Belgium

Khaled Ezzedine*Comments to Author , Michel Heenen*, and Denis Malvy†
Author affiliations: *Hôpital Erasme, Brussels, Belgium; †University Hospital Center, Bordeaux, France;

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A) Irregular, erythematous, painful ulcerated plaque of the external side of the left elbow of the patient before treatment. B) Eight weeks after beginning treatment. C) Twenty weeks after beginning treatment.

Appendix Figure. A) Irregular, erythematous, painful ulcerated plaque of the external side of the left elbow of the patient before treatment. B) Eight weeks after beginning treatment. C) Twenty weeks after beginning treatment.

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