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district in Uganda.
Buruli lesion - infection with Mycobacterium ulcerans, causing painless nodule which ulcerates on leg or forearm; common in children and first noted in Buruli.
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Of the 66 patients treated at CSNG, 4 (6.1%, 95% confidence interval [CI] 2.0-15.6) had a new Buruli lesion. One patient (4.0%) of 25 came from Atlantique and 3 (7.3%) of 41 from Zou (Table 3).
In a study designed to assess the effectiveness of excising preulcerative Buruli lesions in field situations in Ghana, Amofah et al.
The age-specific odds ratio for male likelihood of having an active Buruli lesion is 0.58 (CI 0.5-0.68; p=0) while that for females is 0.73 (CI 0.62-0.68; p=0.0002).
Effectiveness of excision of pre-ulcerative Buruli lesions in field situations in a rural district in Ghana.
Clinical features and treatment of pre-ulcerative Buruli lesions (Mycobacterium ulcerans infection), report II of the Uganda Buruli group.