Volume 26, Number 5—May 2020
Epidemiologic and Clinical Progression of Lobomycosis among Kaiabi Indians, Brazil, 1965–2019
|Clinical form†||Sex, no. (%)
||Total, no. (%)|
|Multicentric||27 (71.1)||7 (29.2)||34 (54.8)|
|Total||38 (100)||24 (100)||62 (100)|
*Calculations performed by using χ2 test (p = 0.001); no information was available for 1 case.
†Multicentric, skin lesions in >1 anatomic area; localized, skin lesions restricted to 1 anatomic area.
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