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A rare case of mucormycosis in a diabetic patient: diagnostic challenges and clinical management of mucormycosis hand infection.

Mucormycosis hand infection in poorly controlled diabetic presented as rapidly progressive swelling, redness, pain, and necrosis unresponsive to antibiotics. Prompt diagnosis and aggressive surgery, antifungals, and diabetes management were critical, highlighting the need for early recognition and treatment of mucormycosis in diabetics.

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