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In loco recurrent cutaneous leishmaniasis, which occurs in about 6% of cutaneous leishmaniasis Recurrence may occur decades after healing of the primary lesion.
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Especially in the face
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In < 10% of cases of classical cutaneous leishmaniasis a chronic recurrent form develops. This form of leishmaniasis is only known in infections with L. tropica (Old World) and L. braziliensis (New World). Peripheral neoplasms occur over a longer period of time. The site of the primary infection can heal or persist. This constellation results in different clinical formations which also remind of a lupus vulgaris(tuberculosis cutis luposa) (see figure).
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