Recurrent Phaeohyphomycosis: A Case Report 2015-2016
Dr S.N. Shirbur,
Professor, Department of General Surgery, S Nijalingappa Medical College,
HSK Hospital and Research Centre. Navanagar, Bagalkot-587103, India.
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Phaeohyphomycoses are rare, opportunistic, fungal infections which are usually seen in immunocompromised individuals. We are reporting a case of a 40-year-old man with recurrent cutaneous phaeohyphomycosis, who did not have any clinical evidence of immunodeficiency, who presented with signs which resembled a malignancy of the skin.