paraleprosis

par·a·le·pro·sis

(par'ă-lĕ-prō'sis),
Presence of certain trophic or nerve changes suggesting an attenuated form of leprosy in regions where the disease has long prevailed.

paraleprosis

An obsolete term for a trophic neuropathy seen in developing countries and regarded as an attenuated form of leprosy.