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Cutaneous sporotrichosis: an unusual clinico-pathologic and therapeutic presentation.

Mycoses 2003 December
This report presents a number of unusual clinico-histopathologic and therapeutic features in a culture proven case of cutaneous sporotrichosis. These include lymphocutaneous sporotrichosis involving face; its dissemination in an otherwise healthy patient; its histology mimicking cutaneous cryptococcosis; two episodes of severe purulent inflammatory reaction bordering the lesion during therapy with saturated solution of potassium iodide; no therapeutic response to potassium iodide therapy and rapid healing of lesion with high-dose of fluconazole.

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