When a man or a woman has on the skin bright spots, even white bright spots,
If the bright spot is white on his skin, not depressed, and the hair on it not turned white, the priest shall quarantine the person or bind up the spot for seven days.
And the priest shall examine him, and if there is a white swelling in the skin and the hair on it has turned white and there is quick raw flesh in the swelling,
And in the place of the boil there is a white swelling or a bright spot, reddish white, and it is shown to the priest,
Or if there is any flesh in the skin of which there is a burn by fire and the quick flesh of the burn becomes a bright spot, reddish white or white,
The priest shall examine him; if the [supposed] leprosy covers all his body, he shall pronounce him clean of the disease; it is all turned white, and he is clean.
But if the raw flesh turns again and becomes white, he shall come to the priest,
And the priest shall examine him, and if the diseased part is turned to white again, then the priest shall pronounce him clean who had the disease; he is clean.
Then the priest shall look, and if the bright spots in the skin are a dull white, it is a harmless eruption; he is clean.
But if there is on the bald head or forehead a reddish white diseased spot, it is leprosy breaking out on his baldness.
Then the priest shall examine him, and if the diseased swelling is reddish white on his bald head or forehead like the appearance of leprosy in the skin of the body,
The Lord said also to him, Put your hand into your bosom. He put his hand into his bosom, and when he took it out, behold, his hand was leprous, as white as snow.