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Angioinvasive opportunistic filamentous mycoses in immunocompromised patients

  • Author(s): Saraiya, Ami
  • Weinstein, Mara
  • Khetarpal, Shilpi
  • Kyei, Angela
  • Piliang, Melissa
  • et al.
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Abstract

Immunocompromised individuals are at greater risk for disseminated fungal infections. Immunocompromised individuals in the community have increased because of medical advances, thereby increasing the incidence and prevalence of opportunistic mycoses [1]. The following case series illustrates the importance of having a high clinical suspicion for skin manifestations concerning for deep fungal infections.

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