Subcutaneous Mycoses

Subcutaneous Mycoses are chronic infections affecting subcutaneous tissue after skin trauma. This disease is more prevalent in tropics.Usually characterised by verrucal lesions. The causative fungi are saprophytes. Chromomycosis, Mycetoma, sporotrichosis, basidiobolomycosis, Rhinosporidiosis, Lobomycosis are the examples of subcutaneous mycoses.

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Medical Mycology: Open Access, Fungal Biology,Fungal Diversity, Fungal Biology Reviews, Fungal Ecology, Current Fungal Infection Reports.

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