A patient presented with the following seen on examination. This lesion is common in which type of leprosy?
A. Tuberculoid leprosy
B. Lepromatous leprosy
C. Borderline tuberculoid leprosy
D. Histoid leprosy
It is more common in Borderline Tuberculoid leprosy.
Borderline tuberculoid leprosy (BT). The BT cases resemble tuberculoid leprosy in that they are single or a few lesions only, but margin of the lesion is not so sharply demarcated from the surrounding normal skin, and there may be a few satellite lesions around the main lesions.