'When the infection of leprosy is on someone, then he shall be brought to the priest.
The priest shall then look, and if there is a white swelling on the skin, and it has turned the hair white, and there is new raw flesh in the swelling,
it is a chronic leprosy on the skin of his body, and the priest shall pronounce him unclean; he shall not isolate him, for he is unclean.
If the leprosy breaks out farther on the skin, and the leprosy covers all the skin of the person who has
the infection from his head even to his feet, as far as the priest can see,
then the priest shall look, and behold, if
the leprosy has covered his entire body, he shall pronounce the one who has
the infection clean; it has all turned white and
he is clean.
But whenever raw flesh appears on him, he shall be unclean.
The priest shall look at the raw flesh, and he shall pronounce him unclean; the raw flesh is unclean, it is leprosy.
Or if the raw flesh turns back and is changed to white, then he shall come to the priest,
and the priest shall look at him, and behold, if
the infected area has turned white, then the priest shall pronounce the one who has
the infection clean; he is clean.
'Now when the body has a boil on its skin and it is healed,
and in the place of the boil there is a white swelling or a reddish-white, bright spot, then it shall be shown to the priest;
and the priest shall look, and behold, if
it appears to be deeper than the skin, and the hair on it has turned white, then the priest shall pronounce him unclean; it is the infection of leprosy, it has broken out in the boil.