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The prognostic importance of detecting mild sensory impairment in leprosy: a randomized controlled trial (TRIPOD 2)

W.H. van Brakel, A.M. Anderson, S. G. Withington, R. P. Croft, P. G. Nicholls, J. H. Richardus, W.C.S. Smith

This study was designed to investigate whether leprosy patients diagnosed with mild sensory impairment have a better prognosis when treated with steroids than similarly impaired patients treated with placebo.

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