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Vagabond's Disease

Vagabond's Disease Causes

Vagabond's disease is caused by Phthirus pubis or crab louse and characterized by subcutaneous hemorrhages.

Vagabond's Disease Definition

Vagabond disease is a condition of pigmentation of the skin caused by long continued exposure, uncleanliness, and especially by scratch marks and other lesions due to the presence of body lice.

Vagabond's Disease Symptoms and Signs

Clincial features of the disease include skin abrasions or excoriations and abnormal skin discoloration on the affected site.

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