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Eumycetoma with black grains caused by Madurella grisea. Report of two cases

, : Eumycetoma with black grains caused by Madurella grisea. Report of two cases. Revista do Instituto de Medicina Tropical de Sao Paulo 34(6): 569-580

Cases of black grain eumycetoma occurring on the foot, caused by M. grisea, are reported in 30- and 53-yr-old men. Both patients were treated with itraconazole for 3-4 months with little clinical improvement.

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