chagoma

cha·go·ma

(sha-gō'mă),
Small granuloma in the skin caused by early multiplication of Trypanosoma cruzi (Chagas disease).

chagoma

/cha·go·ma/ (chah-go´mah) a skin tumor occurring in Chagas' disease.

cha·go·ma

(shah-gō'mă)
The skin lesion produced by acute Chagas disease.

chagoma

skin tumor in trypanosomiasis due to Trypanosoma cruzi.
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The acute stage starts shortly after infection in which a localized skin nodule called a chagoma appears at the inoculation site.
Approximately 50% of symptomatic Chagas patients develop a chagoma, which can be described as a nodule or furuncle at the site of the bite (Roberts & Kemp, 2001).
Chagoma An erythematous primary lesion of Chagas' disease.