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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Diagnosis Of Bartonella Spp. Infection: Study Of A Bacillary Angiomatosis Case [diagnóstico Da Infecção Por Bartonella Spp.: A Propósito De Um Caso De Angiomatose Bacilar]|
De Souza E.M.
De Moraes A.M.
|Abstract:||Several dermatoses are considered idiopathic diseases. Many times lesions such as erythema nodosum or erythema multiformis, for example, cannot have their etiology defined. Human infection caused by Bartonella spp. may determine several clinical syndromic expressions. Starting with a clinically, histologically and ultrastructurally documented bacillary angiomatosis case, a review of medical literature was undertaken to evaluate the available diagnostic criteria regarding infection caused by these agents. Histological evaluations were concluded to be, practically speaking, an important and useful diagnostic method, especially when serology is not available. ©2006 by Anais Brasileiros de Dermatologia.|
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