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Volume 15, Number 1—January 2009

Letter

Buruli Ulcer in Long-Term Traveler to Senegal

Khaled Ezzedine1Comments to Author , Thierry Pistone1, Jane Cottin, Laurent Marsollier, Véronique Guir, and Denis Malvy
Author affiliations: Centre Hospitalier Université St-André, Bordeaux, France (T. Pistone, K. Ezzedine, D. Malvy); Centre Hospitalier Université Angers, Angers, France (J. Cottin, L. Marsollier); Centre Hospitalier Saint-Nazaire, Saint-Nazaire, France (V. Guir); 1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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Ulcer (3 × 6 cm) on anterior side of the left leg of the patient, showing an erythematous border.

Figure. Ulcer (3 × 6 cm) on anterior side of the left leg of the patient, showing an erythematous border.

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