Nasal polyp associated with mucocutaneous leishmaniasis. Report of two cases
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Mucocutaneous leishmaniosis (MCL) can manifest in different forms and affects skin as well as mucosae. Nasal polyps are rare. We report the cases of two male patients with nasal polyps. One polyps. One of them with cutaneous ulcers and a nasal polyp with the presence of leishmanias detected by pathological, examination. In the second case, polyps on the uvula and nasal mucosa appeared during treatment by Amphotericin B. In both cases, the continuation of antileishmanial treatment led to the disappearance of the polyps.