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Basidiobolomycosis (entomophthoramycosis) – Clinical manifestations, Management

Basidiobolomycosis (entomophthoramycosis) – Clinical manifestations, Management

Basidiobolomycosis (entomophthoramycosis) – Clinical manifestations, Management Clinical manifestations: More common in children and adolescents than in adults. Transmission probably by traumatic inoculation, possibly following the use of leaves for personal hygiene after bowel movements. Common sites: buttocks, thighs, perineum, arms, legs and neck. Disfiguring. Firm, painless nodular subcutaneous lesions spread locally. Lymphatic obstruction can result […]

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