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Authors:MuktamaniGurumayum, RajendraOkade, Vidyavathi K, Prakruthi K.Nd, TrupthiGowda
Int J Biol Med Res. 2014; 5(2): 4104-4106  |  PDF File


Chromoblastomycosis is a localized chronic mycosis of skin and subcutaneous tissues. It ischaracterized by verrucous, ulcerated and crusted lesions which may be nearly flat but may beraised 1 to 3 centimeters. Lesions usually are localized to the lower leg but may occur on otherskin surfaces at the site of cutaneous injuries. Here, we report a case of non-healing ulceratedplaque after a stick injury in a 65 year old male patient. KOH mount and biopsy showed sclerotic bodies suggestive of Chromoblastomycosis