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A case of maduromycosis due to Madurella grisea. A study of the isolate



A case of maduromycosis due to Madurella grisea. A study of the isolate



Actas Dermo Sifilograficas 72(5-6): 265-270



A case is reported in a 25-yr-old man in which M. grisea was cultured from a mycetoma lesion which developed on the arm following an accident.

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