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Recurrent chromomycosis of the face and extremities: first case report from Iibya


, : Recurrent chromomycosis of the face and extremities: first case report from Iibya. Medecine Tropicale 67(1): 69-71

Chromomycosis is a chronic cutaneous fungal infection most prevalent in tropical and subtropical countries. It mainly affects adults working in rural areas. This purpose of this report is to describe the first cases in Libya in a 16-year-old girl. This case is also remarkable with regard to location on the face and members, lack of association with trauma and long delay for recurrence, i.e., 6 years after first occurrence.

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