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A more accurate classification of CTB includes inoculation tuberculosis, tuberculosis from an endogenous source and haematogenous tuberculosis . We report a 63-year-old male patient who was diagnosed with primary inoculation tuberculosis on the basis of clinical appearance and histopathological examination . Our data provide a deeper insight into this rare route of infection of tuberculosis . About one fifth of diagnosed new cases of tuberculosis have an extrapulmonary Lesion, of which about one-tenth involve the musculoskeletal system . Skin lesions had developed at the acupuncture sites 1 or 2 weeks after a session of acupuncture, which was intended to relieve back Pain .
Tuberculosis was identified by mycobacterial culture and polymerase chain reaction . We sought to describe the clinical manifestations, laboratory features, and antituberculous therapy in cases of cutaneous tuberculosis . Twenty cases of cutaneous tuberculosis were observed in this study . All of the patients responded favourably to antituberculous treatment . Histology and cultures revealed infection with Mycobacterium tuberculosis .
We report a case of Chronic Ulcer on the Vulva of four months duration, which, on detailed investigation, turned out to be a case of primary inoculation tuberculosis . Conversion of a previously negative skin test permitted the diagnosis of primary inoculation tuberculosis of the skin .
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