Mycobacterium Leprae

Leopracy (decease)
Leopracy (decease)
Leopracy (decease) title = Leopracy (decease) Leprosy is a chronic infectious disease that affects the skin and the mucous membranes, especially those in the nose and in the peripheral nervous system. Leprosy is not usually fatal, however, patients with untreated infections may develop crippled hands and or feet. Leprosy results from infection by a rod-shaped bacterium called mycobacterium leprae, sometimes known as hansens bacillus. Leprosy infections occurs primarily in human beings, armadillo
Leprosy
Leprosy
Leprosy Leprosy is a chronic bacterial disease of the skin, nerves in the hands and feet and, in some cases, the lining of the nose. Leprosy is a rare disease in the United States. Anyone can get leprosy, but children seem to be more susceptible than adults. It is not clear how the leprosy germ is spread, but household and prolonged close contact is important. The germs probably enter the body through the nose and possibly through broken skin. The germs get in the air through nasal discharge of
Leprosy Is A Chronic Bacterial Disease Of The Skin, Nerves In The Hand
Leprosy Is A Chronic Bacterial Disease Of The Skin, Nerves In The Hand
Leprosy is a chronic bacterial disease of the skin, nerves in the hands and feet and, in some cases, the lining of the nose. Leprosy is a rare disease in the United States. Anyone can get leprosy, but children seem to be more susceptible than adults. It is not clear how the leprosy germ is spread, but household and prolonged close contact is important. The germs probably enter the body through the nose and possibly through broken skin. The germs get in the air through nasal discharge of untreate