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Cutaneous lymphangitic-nodular sporotrichosis with multiple portals of entry

Cutaneous lymphangitic-nodular sporotrichosis with multiple portals of entry

Medicina Cutanea Ibero-Latino-Americana 16(3): 263-265

A human case of cutaneous sporotrichosis with three chancriform primary lesions and regional lymphangitis is presented in a male patient infected during the hunting of armadillos. The clinical picture shows very well the usual mechanism of infection for the disease in Uruguay, which is a direct contact of man with armadillos and their burrows.

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