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Cutaneous tuberculosis (TB) is a rare presentation of tuberculosis infection in childhood, especially in developed countries. The commonest forms of cutaneous TB, in declining order, are scrofuloderma, lupus vulgaris, lichen scrofulosorum, and TB verrucosa cutis. We described 2 cases of sporotrichoid-like cutaneous tuberculosis infection, 1 localized to a limb and regional nodes and 1 associated with disseminated disease.

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