Subcutaneous mycoses caused by Rhytidhysteron species in an immunocompetent patient

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Abstract

Subcutaneous mycoses are chronic fungal infections of the skin and subcutaneous tissues caused by variety of fungal agents and usually occur following trauma with vegetative matter. We report a case of subcutaneous mycoses caused by rare fungus belonging to the genus Rhytidhysteron, in an immunocompetent male who presented with a subcutaneous nodule on left foot. This unusual species was identified and confirmed by molecular methods. © 2014 International Society for Human and Animal Mycology.

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Mishra, K., Das, S., Goyal, S., Gupta, C., Rai, G., Ansari, M. A., … Singal, A. (2014). Subcutaneous mycoses caused by Rhytidhysteron species in an immunocompetent patient. Medical Mycology Case Reports, 5(1), 32–34. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mmcr.2014.07.002

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