Lazarine leprosy is a variant of:

 # Lazarine leprosy is a variant of:
A. Lepromatous leprosy
B. Tuberculoid leprosy
C. Intermediate leprosy
D. Dimorphic leprosy

The correct answer is A. Lepromatous leprosy.

Lazarine leprosy: This an unusual type of the disease characterized by ulceration and gangrene. The early lesions are bullae, which soon rupture and become gangrenous. It includes achromic and hypochromic spots of the lepra called lazarine (systematized nervous lepra with leprous erythema, pemphigoid and escharotic), and finally of mixed lepra. 

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