Tropical ulcer, Papua New Guinea

Tropical ulcer, Papua New Guinea

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Caption: Tropical ulcer. Man with a tropical ulcer on his ankle. An ulcer is an open sore on the skin, or a mucous membrane, that results in the destruction of the surface tissue. They can result from an infection, particularly in a tropical climate. Photographed in the Dreikkir region, a remote area of Papua New Guinea's East Sepik Province.

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