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Volume 17, Number 6—June 2011

Dispatch

Outcome Predictors in Treatment of Yaws

Oriol MitjàComments to Author , Russell Hays, Anthony Ipai, David Gubaila, Francis Lelngei, Martin Kirara, Raymond Paru, and Quique Bassat
Author affiliations: Author affiliations: Lihir Medical Centre, Lihir Island, Papua New Guinea (O. Mitjà, R. Hays, A. Ipai, D. Gubaila, F. Lelngei, M. Kirara, R. Paru); Barcelona Centre for International Health Research, Barcelona, Spain (Q. Bassat)

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Figure 1

Painless ulcer with raised edges corresponding to a primary yaws skin lesion on an infant case-patient’s leg, Papua New Guinea, 2009. Source of photograph: Lihir Medical Centre, Dr Oriol Mitjá.

Figure 1. Painless ulcer with raised edges corresponding to a primary yaws skin lesion on an infant case-patient’s leg, Papua New Guinea, 2009. Source of photograph: Lihir Medical Centre, Dr Oriol Mitjá.

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