`And in the day of raw flesh being seen in him he is unclean;
and the priest hath seen the raw flesh, and hath pronounced him unclean; the raw flesh is unclean, it [is] leprosy.
Or when the raw flesh turneth back, and hath been turned to white, then he hath come in unto the priest,
and the priest hath seen him, and lo, the plague hath been turned to white, and the priest hath pronounced clean [him who hath] the plague; he [is] clean.
`And when flesh hath in it, in its skin, an ulcer, and it hath been healed,
and there hath been in the place of the ulcer a white rising, or a bright white spot, very red, then it hath been seen by the priest,
and the priest hath seen, and lo, its appearance [is] lower than the skin, and its hair hath turned white, and the priest hath pronounced him unclean; it [is] a plague of leprosy -- in an ulcer it hath broken out.
`And if the priest see it, and lo, there is no white hair in it, and it is not lower than the skin, and is become weak, then hath the priest shut him up seven days;
and if it spread greatly in the skin, then hath the priest pronounced him unclean, it [is] a plague;
and if in its place the bright spot stay -- it hath not spread -- it [is] an inflammation of the ulcer; and the priest hath pronounced him clean.
`Or when flesh hath in its skin a fiery burning, and the quickening of the burning, the bright white spot, hath been very red or white,