Synonyms for cutaneous leishmaniasis
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Cutaneous leishmaniasis is the preferred [mandell, douglas, bennett; fitzpatrick et al], term for this lesion which may be confused with the so-called tropical ulcer (see there); regional (or obsolete) synonyms for(Old World) cutaneous leishmaniasis include: Aden ulcer, Aleppo boil, Aleppo button, Aleppo evil, Alibert's disease, Alibert syndrome, Annam ulcer, annamite ulcer, Baghdad boil, Baghdad button, bay sore*, Biskra boil, Biskra button, Borovskii disease, bosch yaws, bouton d'Alep, bouton de Biskra, bouton de Crete, bouton d'Orient, bush yaws, chicle ulcer*, chiclero ulcer*, Cochin-China ulcer, date sore, Dehli boil, Dehli sore, dermal leishmaniasis, frina, furunculus orientalis, furunculosis orientalis, Gaboon ulcer, godovnik boil, granuloma endemicum, gwalier ulcer, Jeddah ulcer, Jericho boil, juccuya, Kandahar sore, Lahore sore, Lahore ulcer, larcotica, leishmaniasis tropica, lupus endemicus, Madagascar sore, Moulton sore, Mozambique ulcer, Natal boil, Natal sore, Old World tropical sore, Old World leishmaniasis, oriental button, oriental sore, Pendinski ulcer, Penjdeh boil, Penjdeh sore, Penjdeh ulcer, Persian ulcer, Syriac ulcer†, Syrian ulcer†, tropical boil, tropical sore, Tashkent ulcer, Turkistan ulcer *Also known as chiclero ulcer, a manifestation of (New World) cutaneous leishmanisis caused by Leishmania mexicana†A term that also refers to the mucocutaneous lesions of diphtheriae
Naga sore (in part)
Old World leishmaniasis, oriental sore
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