Early Marjolin's ulcer in Bureau-Barriere syndrome. international journal of lower extremity wounds Momeni, A., Stark, G. B. 2006; 5 (3): 204-206


Bureau-Barrière syndrome (BBS) describes a rare destructive process affecting skin and bone resulting from an acquired unilateral or bilateral polyneuropathy. Clinically, it is characterized by a triad of symptoms, namely, acral ulcerations, polyneuropathy, and bone lesions. To date, the development of Marjolin's ulcer in the course of BBS has not been described to the authors' knowledge.

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