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erythema induratum

[ ĭn′də-rātəm ]
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n.
A chronic disorder characterized by recurrent hard subcutaneous nodules that frequently form necrotic ulcers, usually on the calves and less frequently on the thighs or arms of women.Bazin's disease tuberculosis cutis indurativa
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