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Lepromin skin test

Lepromin skin test

Lepromin skin test: The lepromin skin test involves injecting a small amount of an inactivated form of leprosy-causing bacteria just under the skin; this test is used to determine if the patient suffers from tuberculoid or lepromatous leprosy, but it is not used to diagnose leprosy.

Lepromin skin test: Other Names

Other names for Lepromin skin test include:

  • Leprosy skin test

Diseases Associated with Lepromin skin test

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Basic Information: Lepromin skin test

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