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Department
Health Studies
Course Code
HLTB21H3
Professor
Caroline Barakat

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history of Hansens disease/Leprosy
- referred to in an Egyptian Papyrus document (1550 BC)
- in Indian writings (600 BC)
- ancient Greece - after Alexander the Great returned from India (320 BC)
- Rome (62 BC) - return of Pompeii troops from Asia Minor
- feared and misinterpreted
- hereditary illness - curse or punishment by God
- Lepers (those infected) were stigmatized/shunned
- Europe
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had to wear special clothing & bell to notify others - had to walk on the
other side of the street to opposing
- patience treated in separate hospitals - live in colonies (separated) called
leprosariums/lazaretto/leper colony/lazar house
- first leper house in England 936 AD
- mid 12th century - those infected loss civic status and removed from public office
- 13th century - 19 000 leper houses in use (a lot of cases)
- Mass of Separation -- priest would hold a ceremony to let them know their
responsibilities
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forbade to enter areas, leave house, had to drink from own utensils, have no
contact with others
- 1350 AD -- leprosy decreased in huge amounts --
endemic more than epidemic
- Hansen of Norway 1873
- Mycobacterium leprae -- not hereditary or caused by a curse
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etiology
- Mycobacterium leprae
- average doubling time of 12-14 days
- incubation period of 3-5 days
- thought to be transmitted skin to skin -- via droplets, from the nose during
close/frequent contact
- not highly infectious - may be related to genetic susceptibility
- mainly affects the skin, nerves, and mucous membranes
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epidemiology
- Brazil, Madagascar and India still has a lot of cases
- began to decline in large numbers around the world
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risk
- people of all races around the world
- some people are genetically susceptible
- more common in warm, wet areas in the tropics/subtropics
- most common between ages 10-14 (children) and 35-44 -
males
- rarely seen in infants & pregnant women
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clinical manifestations
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interdeterminate (IL)
- earliest and mildest form
- very few lesions
- loss of sensation is very rare
- majority of cases develop into a later form
- some patients with strong immunity (recover) or continue without progressing
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hist ory of Hanse ns dise ase Lepro sy - referre d to in an Egyptian Papyrus document (1550 BC) - in Indian writings (600 BC) - ancient Greece - after Alexander the Great returned from India (320 BC) - Rome (62 BC) - return of Pom peii troop s from Asia Minor - feared and misinterpreted - hereditary illness - curse or punishment by God - Lepers (those infected) were stigma tizedshunn ed - Europ e had to wear special clothing & bell to notify others - had to walk on the other side of the street to opposing - patience treated in separat e hospitals - live in colonies (separated) called lepros ariumslazare ttoleper colonylazar house - first lther house in England 936 AD - mid 12 century - those infected loss civic status and removed from public office - 13th century - 19 000 leper houses in use (a lot of cases) - Mass of Separat ion -- priest would hold a ceremo ny to let them know their responsibilities forbade to enter areas, leave house, had to drink from own utensils, have no contact with others - 1350 AD -- leprosy decreased in huge amounts -- endem ic m ore than epidem ic - Hansen of No
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