It is important in cases of obscure manifestations of cutaneous tuberculosis to correlate the histologic with the clinical observations in order to determine the type of cutaneous tuberculosis present and, hence, the prognosis and treatment. The classification given in the table is offered as a working basis, although it is recognized that occasionally more than
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