Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, May 4th, 1998
"To our knowledge, oral ulcers have not been reported previously (with this condition)," Carlos Perez and colleagues from Pamplona's Hospital Virgin del Camino wrote ("Unusual Presentation of Tuberculous Rheumatism [Poncet's Disease] with Oral Ulcers and Tuberculid," Clinical Infectious Diseases, April 1998;1003-1004).
Poncet's disease is characterized by a polyarthritis that occurs during acute tuberculous infection in which no mycobacterial involvement can be found or other known cause of polyarthritis detected....
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