Lucio leprosy

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Lu·cio lep·ro·sy

(lū'syō),
an acute form occurring in pure diffuse lepromatous leprosy presenting irregularly shaped, intensely erythematous, tender plaques, especially of the legs, with tendency to ulceration and scarring.

Lu·ci·o lep·ro·sy

(lū'syō lep'rŏ-sē)
An acute form of pure diffuse lepromatous leprosy; during the reactive phase, can produce irregularly shaped, intensely erythematous, tender plaques, especially of the legs, with a tendency to ulceration and scarring.

Lucio,

Raphael, Mexican physician, 1819-1866.
Lucio leprosy - an acute form occurring in pure diffuse lepromatous leprosy. Synonym(s): lazarine leprosy; Lucio leprosy phenomenon
Lucio leprosy phenomenon - Synonym(s): Lucio leprosy