Donovanosis in Australia: going, going..
In the 1990s donovanosis (or granuloma inguinale) had disappeared from most parts of the developed world. However, any practitioner working in the Northern Territory, far north Queensland, or the northern part of Western Australia would have been aware of the spectrum of morbidity associated with the condition in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population--ranging from mild genital ulceration to severe, disfiguring disease and disseminated, life threatening infection.
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