volume 10, issue 3, P230-230 2006
DOI: 10.1590/s1413-86702006000300013
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Abstract: A 46 year-old man, agriculturist, presented with an eight-month history of skin lesions all over his body. Patient did not refer systemic symptoms; however he was a heavy alcoholic drinker until three months after the beginning of disease, when he stopped drinking. Physical exam was inconspicuous except for multiples skin lesions (papular, crusted or ulcerated) on face, trunk (Panels A and B), scalp, arms, legs, genitalia and nasal mucosa. Complete blood count, liver and renal tests, glucose as well as chest …

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