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Volume 16, Number 4—April 2010

Letter

Buruli Ulcer, Central African Republic

Fanny Minime-LingoupouComments to Author , Narcisse Beyam, Germain Zandanga, Alexandre Manirakiza, Alain N’Domackrah, Siméon Njuimo, Sara Eyangoh, Jane Cottin, Laurent Marsollier, Estelle Marion, Francoise Portaels, Alain Le Faou, and Raymond Bercion
Author affiliations: Pasteur Institute, Bangui, Central African Republic (F. Minime-Lingoupou, N. Beyam, G. Zandanga, A. Manirakiza, A. N’Domackrah, S. Njuimo, A. Le Faou, R. Bercion); Pasteur Center, Yaounde, Cameroon (S. Eyangoh); Central Hospitalier universitaire, Angers, France (J. Cottin, E. Marion); Université d’Angers, Angers (J. Cottin, L. Marsollier, E. Marion); Institute for Tropical Medicine, Anvers, Belgium (F. Portaels)

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Patient 1: extensive ulcer of the right limb (A). Patient 2: ulcer of the left ankle before treatment (B) and 8 weeks after specific antimicrobial drug therapy (C). Scale bars = 12 cm (A), 5 cm (B), and 2 cm (C).

Figure. Patient 1: extensive ulcer of the right limb (A). Patient 2: ulcer of the left ankle before treatment (B) and 8 weeks after specific antimicrobial drug therapy (C). Scale bars = 12 cm (A), 5 cm (B), and 2 cm (C).

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