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Zoonotic transmission of sporotrichosis: case report and review


, : Zoonotic transmission of sporotrichosis: case report and review. Clinical Infectious Diseases 16(3): 384-387

A case of sporotrichosis is reported in a 41-yr-old male veterinarian who developed several cutaneous ulcers beneath his left eye, 3 wk after treating a stray cat that had a large, necrotic facial ulcer. The patient was initially given ketoconazole for suspected blastomycosis, but a biopsy culture of one ulcer grew Sporothrix schenckii. The ulcers resolved after a 3 month course of oral KI (10 drops 3 times/d).

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PMID: 8095815

DOI: 10.1093/clind/16.3.384

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