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Occupational associations – 12 cases
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Orf affecting multiple sites.
Orf is a localised cutaneous infection due to inoculation with a parapox virus. Single or multiple red or purple blistered or crusted nodules most often arise on fingers or the nose of those that feed lambs. They persist for several weeks but resolve eventually spontaneously. A similar infection seen in calf handlers is called milker's nodules. Secondary erythema multiforme is quite common from both viruses.
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