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In this issue of the Archives is a case report entitled "Pseudogranuloma Inguinale Caused by Haemophilus ducreyi" by Kraus et al. This diagnosis was made possible by a new, accurate method of culturing H ducreyi from the lesion and is well described in the article. In another study (my own unpublished observations), 12 more cases similar to the one
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