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Volume 26, Number 5—May 2020

Epidemiologic and Clinical Progression of Lobomycosis among Kaiabi Indians, Brazil, 1965–2019

Marcos C. FlorianComments to Author , Douglas A. Rodrigues, Sofia B.M. de Mendonça, Arnaldo L. Colombo, and Jane Tomimori
Author affiliations: Escola Paulista de Medicina, Universidade Federal de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil

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Table 2

Classification of lobomycosis cases in multicentric and localized forms in relation to sex in Kaiabi Indians, Brazil, 1957–2019*

Clinical form† Sex, no. (%)
Total, no. (%)
Multicentric 27 (71.1) 7 (29.2) 34 (54.8)
11 (28.9)
17 (70.8)
28 (45.2)
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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